Preview: Kidderminster (a)

The Pilgrims travel to Kidderminster on Good Friday with the knowledge that they are safe from relegation. Although United have nothing to play for, Murray will be keen for his side to test themselves against the high-flying Harriers who are only 6 points behind AFC Fylde (prior to their game against Stalybridge on Tuesday night).

The Pilgrims are one of the leagues form sides, having taken 10 points in their last 5 games, and Boston have only conceded once in that run. Last Saturday’s 3–0 victory against Telford was in no small part down to the contribution of Mani Dieseruvwe, but the on-loan Kidderminster man is ineligible on Friday.

Kidderminster’s form matches that of the Pilgrims- 10 points from 5- but their home form of late in staggering- 13 straight victories before defeat to Halifax a fortnight ago.

When the sides met in August, a 1–1 draw was secured by a late Joe Maguire header in memorably thunderous conditions.

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