Date: 12th March 2018 at 12:12pm
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Midweek opponents Kidderminster Harriers are looking for a response while currently being on their worst run of the season.

A late injury-time 1-0 defeat at relegation-threatened Gainsborough Trinity on Saturday means it’s now three straight losses for the promotion hopefuls after also recently succumbing to both Darlington and Harrogate Town.

“I’m disappointed, very disappointed,” manager John Eustace admitted to Kidderminster’s official website. “That’s three defeats in a row and we are going to have to liven up quickly if we are thinking of getting into the play-offs.

“I’m disappointed with the group, we have got a game on Tuesday and we really need a big reaction,” he added. “Nobody is interested in performances, it’s results [that count] at the end of the day and we have had three disappointing defeats.”

Harriers’ overall form since the turn of the year has remained decidedly patchy with just four victories in their last eleven games in all competitions.