Kidderminster Harriers aware of clash of style ahead of Darlington match-up

Kidderminster Harriers boss John Eustace is aware of a possible clash of styles as they host Darlington tomorrow.

Vanarama National League NorthKidderminster Harriers v Gainsborough Trinity19/11/2016
Harriers boss John Eustace is aware of the hurdle which his team face. Photo: Will Kilpatrick Photography

Harriers, who are second in the National League North, have adopted a free-flowing passing game while the fifth-placed visitors are known to take a more direct approach.

“Every game is as tough as each other in this league,” said Eustace. “We have played them once already, beating them 1-0 away, and we found out how tough a side they are to play against.

“It will be another good test for our young squad and hopefully we will be competitive, as I want us to be in every game we play.”

On the clash of styles, he said: “Possibly, we will see how the game goes.”

There have been no injury knocks in training this week after a 4-0 win over AFC Telford United in the FA Trophy.

One player who particularly impressed in that game was James McQuilkin and Eustace added: “It is pleasing. Macca has been a fantastic player all season for us.

“We have brought in Darryl Knights too in midfield. He got 20 minutes against Telford and will get used to our style of play.”

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