ALFRETON Town face another tough away game when they travel to fifth-placed Kidderminster Harriers in Blue Square Bet Premier Division action on Saturday.
Reds boss Nicky Law will be looking for his side to bounce back from two successive defeats in which the Reds have also failed to find the net.
Law is still without strikers Nathan Arnold and Anthony Wilson for at least another month each but has no other injury or suspension concerns and he has a 22-man squad to choose from.
Kidderminster will also be looking for a first win in three outings having been held to a 2-2 home draw by Ebbsfleet United in their last outing last Saturday.
At home the Harriers have only picked up five points from 12 available. An opening day of the season 3-2 defeat at home to Gateshead being followed by a 1-1 draw at Aggborough with draw specialists Stockport County. Steve Burr’s side recorded their only home win so far from four games with a 2-0 success against Southport but then dropped more points last weekend against Ebbsfleet.
Alfreton have saved their best displays for away games but another big effort will be required to return home with any points from this trip.
Harriers as a club will be expecting a higher than usual attendance as they will be in celebratory mode with a day packed full of events to mark the club’s 125th anniversary.
CURRENT FORM (oldest result first):
Alfreton Town: L D L D L W L L
Kidderminster: L W W D W W L D
Kidderminster so far . . .
Gateshead, home, lost 3-2
Lincoln City, away, won 1-0
Cambridge United, away, won 2-1
Southport, home, won 2-0
Newport County, away, won 3-1
Wrexham, away, lost 2-0
Ebbsfleet United, home, drew 2-2