Harriers will start their first Conference campaign in five years at home when old adversaries Woking are the visitors to Aggborough.
Agreement has been finally reached between Lionel Newton and Barry Norgrove for the sale of Newton's holding in the football club.
Harriers' shambolic summer has been thrown into further disarray with the cancellation of the first friendly of the summer at Stourport.
A general overview of the season just passed; one of, if not the, worst in the club's history.
Following on from the release of two players last week, Stuart Watkiss today released ten more and put one on the transfer list.
After Saturday's defeat against high-flying Exeter, Stuart Watkiss was unhappy that his team had forgotten their instructions and thrown away the lead.
Northampton clinched a place in the play-offs by inflicting a third consecutive defeat on ten-man Harriers.
Harriers bid farewell to the Football League tomorrow, hopefully only temporarily, with a visit to play-off chasing Northampton Town.
Here are all of the results from the previous meetings between Harriers and The Cobblers.
Stuart Watkiss has begun his end-of-season clearout by invoking "get-out" clauses in the contracts of Reuben Hazell and Jamie Gleeson.
At the end-of-season awards ceremony before Saturday's game Dean Keates won the prestigious Supporters' Player-of-the-Year award.
Harriers finally confirmed their relegation to the Conference with yet another terrible performance that saw them slump to their 27th defeat of the season.
The curtain comes down on another Aggborough season tomorrow when Grimsby Town make their first ever senior visit.
Instead of a barnstorming display, taking the game to Boston and keeping alive their hopes of survival while Rushden were losing, Harriers served up another 90 minutes of abject dross.
The season could all be over by 5pm tomorrow afternoon if the results go against Harriers when they visit Boston United.
Here are all of the results from the previouse games between Harriers and Boston United.
Harriers' five-year spell in the Football League is almost at an end after they threw away two more points, drawing with Yeovil, while results elsewhere went against them.
With Harriers realistically needing to win all of their remaining games to have a chance of avoiding relegation, tomorrow's visit of promotion chasing Yeovil could not have come at a worse time.
See all of the results from the previous matches when Harriers met The Glovers.
Harriers crashed out of the Midland Youth Cup at the first hurdle after a convincing defeat at Rushden.
A goal a minute into stoppage time from sub Ricky Shakes as a result of sloppy defending from Harriers gave Bury a share of the points and didn't help Harriers in their fight against relegation.
Changes are expected to the team for tomorrow's visit of Bury to Aggborough with Harriers set to go for broke in another must-win game.
Here are all of the results from the previous encounters between Harriers and The Shakers.
A goal on the stroke of half time from Simon Russell was enough to give a strong Harriers side victory over Stafford in the Central Conference Cup.
A shocking performance by Harriers saw them gift three goals to Wycombe's top scorer Nathan Tyson and so make the mountain that they must climb to save themselves even higher.
Harriers will be looking to get back on form after Monday's set back against Mansfield when they visit Wycombe tomorrow for the first time since 1993.
See all of the results here for the previous meetings between Harriers and The Chairboys.
Harriers' six-game unbeaten run was brought to a shuddering halt by Mansfield Town who came from a goal down at the break to win.
Stuart Watkiss and Iyseden Christie come up against their old club tomorrow when Mansfield visit Aggborough with Harriers knowing victory could see them out of the relegation zone.
As Harriers stretched their unbeaten run to six games with victory at Darlington they ended a week where all of their problems had been off the pitch.
See the results from all of the previous games betwen The Harriers and The Stags.
Harriers' hopes of avoiding relegation received a massive boost when late goals from Dean Keates and Mark Rawle pulled off a smash-and-grab at The Williamson Arena.
A tough weekend that could shape Harriers' destiny further begins tomorrow lunchtime with a trip to the north-east to face promotion-chasing Darlington.
Harriers surprisingly dipped into the deadline-day transfer market picking up free agent Adam Chambers who was recently released by West Brom.
See all of the results from the games previously played between Harriers and Saturday's opponents The Quakers.
Gary Birch made his first appearance since undergoing surgery on his knee a month ago and scored the opening goal as the Reserves threw away a two-goal lead at home to Nuneaton Borough.
Harriers were held to a goalless draw by Rushden, seriously denting their hopes of avoiding relegation, particularly as other results elsewhere went against them.
Harriers face another crunch "must-win" encounter when Rushden & diamonds are the visitors to Aggborough.
Here are the results from previous games between Harriers and the men from Irthlingborough.
A strong Harriers team comfortably saw off the challenge of Bromsgrove with both Iyseden Christie and Reuben Hazell getting through another 90 minutes in their comebacks from injury.
Harriers kept alive their slim hopes of winning the league with a hard-fought victory over bottom club Boldmere at Aggborough.
A great performance from Harriers saw them stretch their unbeaten run to four games and record back-to-back wins for the first time all season.
Harriers will be looking to build upon last weekend's victory over Cheltenham and stretch their unbeaten run to four games when they visit Notts County for the first time.
The long-awaited appeareances of Iyseden Christie and Reuben Hazell helped a strong Harriers team to cruise to a comfortable victory over Stafford at Aggborough.
Harriers saw their slim hopes of taking the League title almost completely extinguished after they were beaten at Aggborough by leaders Sutton Coldfield. Harriers are now 11 points behind the leaders with just four games remaining and Sutton have a game in hand.
A Johnny Mullins goal two minutes into the second half was enough to seal victory for Harriers, stretching their unbeaten run to three games, and lift them off the bottom of the league.
Stuart Watkiss wants Harriers to win seven of their remaining 11 games if they are to have a hope of staying up; they start with another tough local derby, this time against Cheltenham.
Here are all of the results from previous games between Harriers and The Robins.
After Saturday’s draw at Rochdale that stretched Harriers’ unbeaten run to two games, their longest since August, boss Stuart Watkiss was still optimistic that his side can avoid relegation.
For the first time since August Harriers have gone two games without defeat but a draw that would have been a good result two months ago was two more points dropped and now they find themselves back on the bottom of the league.
Harriers boss Stuart Watkiss has vowed that he and his team will not give up despite a four-game winless streak that has most Harriers fans feeling that relegation is now almost certain.
Harriers have completed the signing of former Boston and Southend striker Mark Rawle to boost the attacking options for the rest of the season.
Here are the results from all of the previous meetings between Harriers and Rochdale.
On the face of it a 1-1 draw with Bristol Rovers is not a bad result, but when you're second from bottom of the league and your two closest rivals both win leaving you seven points from safety the two dropped points are disastrous.
Stuart Watkiss described tonight's game against Bristol Rovers as a "must-win" for Harriers, in reality they've been "must-win" games for weeks, and tonights will be as tough as any of them.
See all of the results from the previous games between Harriers and The Pirates.
Harriers hit the self-destruct button and blew a two-goal lead at Shrewsbury, eventually losing 4-2 and move closer to a return to the Conference.
Once again Harriers face a must-win situation tomorrow with the tricky trip to localish rivals Shrewsbury Town.
Stuart Watkiss has added another defender to the squad today in the shape of former Scunthorpe captain Mark Jackson.
Here are results from previous games between Harriers and The Shrews (and their Reserves).
Another sloppy goal conceded fifteen minutes from time was enough to consign Harriers to yet another home defeat, this time against one of their relegation rivals.
Just for a change Harriers have a must-win game tomorrow when relegation rivals Chester City are the visitors to Aggborough.
See the results from all of the previous encounters between Harriers and Chester.
A battling performance from Harriers was not enough to save them from defeat at Glanford Park against high-flying Scunthorpe United.
The tough games come one after another for illness-hit Harriers, tomorrow they travel to Glanford Park to face high-flying Scunthorpe United.
Harriers threw away a chance to close the gap on league leaders Sutton Coldfield when they were held to a goalless draw by Moor Green.
Here are all of the results from the previous games between Harriers and The Iron.
Harriers boss Stuart Watkiss could barely conceal his delight in Saturday's defeat of Cambridge in the bottom-of-the-table clash when he faced the press afterwards.
Stuart Watkiss has moved to strengthen the Harriers midfield with the signing of Frenchman Bertrand Cozic on a free transfer.
The semi-final draw for the Midland Floodlit Youth League Cup has handed Harriers a potential local derby should they get through their quarter-final against Sutton coldfield.
A battling performance saw ten-man Harriers come from behind to beat bottom-of-the-table Cambridge 3-1 on their own patch.
Harriers face another crunch must-win game tomorrow when they visit last-placed Cambridge United.
See all of the results from the previous meetings between Harriers and The Us.
Three goals in the first half enabled a young Harriers side to cruise to victory over Worcester City in the Central Conference Cup.
Once again Harriers had only themselves to blame for defeat, two sloppy goals in the first half gifted the Us the lead that Harriers were unable to recover.
Changes are certain to the team tomorrow when Oxford United are the visitors to Aggborough with Lee Jenkins suspended.
These are the results from all of the past meetings between Harriers and Oxford United.
John McGrath inspired a strong Harriers side to a comfortable, but narrow, victory over Bromsgrove.
Yet again Harriers failed to follow up a win with another good performance and were easily beaten by Macclesfield and ended the game with ten men.
Following last weekend's vital win over Lincoln City Harriers are likely to name an unchanged side when they visit Moss Rose to take on Macclesfield tomorrow.
Yet more transfer activity at Aggborough today after Stuart Watkiss completed the signing of Doncaster Rovers midfielder John McGrath.
These are the results from all of the past games between Harriers and The Silkmen.
Harriers were dumped out of the Worcestershire County Youth Cup after a disappointing performance saw them slump to defeat at the hands of league leaders Sutton Coldfield.
Goals from Blair Sturrock and Simon Russell helped Harriers come from behind to beat high-flying Lincoln City at Aggborough, the first time they have beaten The Imps on home territory.
Changes to the team are certain tomorrow when Lincoln City are the visitors to Aggborough.
See the results from previous games between Harriers and The Imps.
Harriers today unveiled yet another new signing, Billy Jones the Leyton Orient full back signing on a free transfer for the rest of the season.
Another disjointed performance from Harriers saw them beaten at home yet again, this time by high-flying Southend, and left them still six points from safety at the bottom of the league.
Tomorrow's visit of Southend to Aggborough takes on even more importance following yesterday's defeat at Leyton Orient that keeps Harriers six points from safety.
These are all of the results from previous encounters between Harriers and The Shrimpers.
Two goals in the last seventeen minutes from Orient's Andy Scott condemned Harriers to yet another away defeat after they had led for an hour.
Harriers are likely to name an unchanged team tomorrow when they travel to East London to take on Leyton Orient looking to build upon their first away win of the season.
Stuart Watkiss' rebuilding programme continues with the addition of Bohemians winger Dave Morrison to the squad.
Here are the results from all of the previous meetings between Harriers and Orient.
A goal in each half for Blair Sturrock and Simon Russell and a clean sheet from John Danby handed Harriers their first away win of the season.
Changes are likely to the team tomorrow when Harriers travel to the Kassam Stadium to face Oxford United.
See the results of the previous games between Harriers and Oxford.
Despite facing a team who played an hour with only ten men, Harriers gave yet another abject performance to suffer their heaviest defeat of the season.
Stuart Watkiss has a number of selection problems ahead of tomorrow's clash with Swansea City at Aggborough.
See the results from previous games between Harriers and Swansea City.
Harriers have today completed the signings of two new players ahead of the Boxing Day clash with Swansea City and promoted three youth team players.
Harriers' interest in the Worcestershire Senior Cup was ended for another season by Halesowen Town but not before they had been made to work very hard for their victory by a very young Harriers side.
A typical game of two halves saw Harriers dominate the first then revert to type and crash horribly in the second throwing the game away.
A big local derby is the next test for a newly-confident Harriers side that could get off the bottom of the table with a win at Cheltenham tomorrow.
Harriers have added another new face to the squad ahead of the weekend game at Cheltenham with the loan capture of Reading youngster Johnny Mullins.
Two goals from trialist Danny Kedwell helped Harriers to a comfortable victory over AFC Telford on their return to action after a nine week break.
Harriers have today completed the signing of Walsall striker Gary Birch on a free transfer.
Stuart Watkiss continued his cull of players from the under-performing Harriers squad with Youssou Diop (finally) and Frédéric Advice-Desruisseaux leaving Aggborough.
Stuart Watkiss was a happy man when he faced the press after Saturday's win over in-form Rochdale.
A penalty from Ian Foster helped to end Harriers' losing streak; after eight straight defeats they toppled in-form Rochdale at Aggborough.
An air of optimism surrounds Aggborough as Stuart Watkiss' first home game in charge approaches.
Stuart Watkiss has made striker Chris Beardsley his second new signing of the day.
Lincoln City central defender Simon Weaver has today become Stuart Watkiss' first signing.
Stuart Watkiss' first game in charge came within eight minutes of snatching a point but ended in an eighth consecutive Harriers defeat.
Stuart Watkiss made his first change to the squad today, but rather than a player coming in it is Micky Mellon who is moving out.
Stuart Watkiss takes charge of his first game tomorrow evening and couldn't have a much more difficult start, away to third-placed Yeovil Town.
Stuart Watkiss was paraded at Aggborough as the new Harriers boss yesterday and was under no illusions about the enormity of the task facing him.
Harriers this afternoon unveiled former Mansfield Town boss Stuart Watkiss as the man to save them from relegation.
Harriers suffered their seventh defeat in a row despite giving their best 90 minutes under caretaker-manager Shaun Cunnington.
Northampton Town are the visitors to Aggborough tomorrow giving Shaun Cunnington at least one more chance to show the Harriers directors that he is the man for the job.
Harriers came from behind with three late goals to snatch a hard-fought victory over bottom club Bedworth United at Aggborough.
Harriers have this evening announced the departure of strikers Jesper Christiansen and Youssou Diop.
Harriers sixth consecutive defeat, their ninth in a row away from home, coupled with results elsewhere saw them cut adrift at the foot of the table.
Shaun Cunnington returns 'home' tomorrow when Harriers travel north to face Grimsby Town.
Harriers have today added a third former Walsall midfielder to the ranks, Pedro Miguel Matias has signed on a non-contract basis from Bristol Rovers.
Harriers moved up to second place in the league after a hard-fought victory in a dour match, leapfrogging their visitors in the process.
Harriers were dumped out of the FA Cup by Port Vale after another second-half collapse despite leading at the break.
Harriers take a welcome break from League action this evening when they visit Port Vale in the FA Cup.
Shaun Cunnington has moved to strengthen the squad again ahead of tonight's FA Cup tie at Port Vale bringing in two more players.
Another sorry performance from Harriers, and a personal nightmare for goalkeeper Ben Foster, saw them crash to their heaviest home defeat of the season.
Harriers will have two new faces in the line-up tomorrow when Boston United are the visitors to Aggborough.
After strengthening the defence yesterday, Shaun Cunnington has added some firepower with the loan signing of Chester striker Darryn Stamp.
Former Plymouth Argyle left back Jon Beswetherick has become Shaun Cunnington's first signing.
Despite the setback of a fourth minute sending off, Harriers came from behind to beat Eastern Division side Mount Nod Highway on their first visit to Aggborough.
Caretaker-manager Shaun Cunnington had plenty of praise for his team after they showed their battling qualities in yesterday's narrow defeat to Shrewsbury.
Harriers were handed a tough match in the FA Cup when the draw was made at FA Headquarters in Soho Square, London yesterday.
Shaun Cunnington's reign as Harriers manager started with a defeat that leaves his side alone at the foot of the table.
Shaun Cunnington will have his work cut out tomorrow to cobble a team together for his first game in charge.
Shaun Cunnington will take temporary charge of the team for Harriers' crucial game against Shrewsbury at the weekend as Jan Molby left the club last night.
Another dreadful performance from Harriers cemented their position at the foot of League Two.
Injury-hit Harriers will look to bounce back from Saturday's disappointing defeat at Bristol Rovers with a six-pointer at Chester City.
Another away trip, another defeat, two defensive errors gift The Pirates goals in rainy Bristol.
The Harriers Under-18 side has been handed an away tie in the First Round of the FA Youth Cup.
Harriers make a quick return to Bristol tomorrow looking to build upon last weekend's thrilling victory over Scunthorpe.
Harriers have picked up striker James Keene on work experience from Premiership side Portsmouth for a month.
Harriers suffered their first home defeat of the season in a dour match at a misty Aggborough.
It was a happy Jan Molby who faced the press after Saturday's dramatic last-gasp victory over high-flying Scunthorpe United at Aggborough.
Two goals from Ian Foster and an injury-time winner from Kelvin Langmead earned Harriers a vital win against high-flying Scunthorpe at Aggborough.
Harriers face high-flying Scunthorpe United at Aggborough tomorrow, desperate for a result to keep in touch with the other teams at the foot of the table.
Harriers' Reserve side suffered their first defeat of the season, losing a close hard-fought game to Conference side Hereford United.
Another woeful performance from Harriers saw them easily defeated by The Imps, a result that leaves them alone at the foot of League Two.
Harriers will need to show further signs of improvement tomorrow at Lincoln if they are to cope with the expected aerial bombardment.
Harriers have made a number of alterations to the squad, three loan players extend their stays and two players move out.
Jan Molby was rueful after Saturday's draw with Cambridge; pleased not to have lost but disappointed to have thrown away two points in the last minute.
A goal from Cambridge':s Kingsley M'bome 6 seconds from the end of normal time snatched an unlikely point for the visitors who trailed to a Wayne Hatswell goal.
It's a basement battle at Aggborough tomorrow when Harriers entertain Cambridge United who sit one place higher in the league.
For the second game in a row Harriers threw away victory by conceding an equaliser in stoppage time, this time after having led by two goals.
September's not over yet and already Harriers are out of two cup competitions; for the second year in a row they have fallen at the first hurdle in the LDV Vans Trophy.
There's a welcome respite from League action for Harriers tonight when they take on Bristol Rovers in the LDV Vans Trophy at The Memorial Stadium.
Despite losing to Southend at Roots Hall on Saturday, Jan Molby declared himself happy with the overall performance of his team.
Adbou Sall was sent off as Harriers were beaten at Roots Hall and returned to the foot of the Football League.
Harriers will look to build upon last weekend s win over Macclesfield with a trip to Southend where the right result could lift them closer to mid-table.
Harriers have strengthened their defences ahead of the trip to Southend with the loan signing of Portsmouth full-back Shaun Cooper.
A goal in stoppage time from Worcester's Shabir Khan prevented Harriers from taking all three points from a hard-fought local derby.
Harriers have moved to end speculation on the futures of Jan Molby and his assistant Gary Barnett by offering them new contracts.
Jan Molby was a happier man on Saturday after watching his team end their five-game losing streak.
Harriers stretched their unbeaten run to for games and moved into second place in the league after a narrow victory over Gornal.
Harriers ended their five-game losing streak with a hard-fought win over Macclesfield thanks to a Richie Appleby penalty.
Jan Molby has some new selection choices tomorrow when Macclesfield Town are the visitors to Aggborough.
Despite scoring five times Harriers had to be content with a draw as they shared ten goals with Leamington in a thrilling see-saw match at Aggborough.
A fifth defeat in a row sent Harriers to the foot of the league for the first time since gaining promotion four years ago.
Harriers make their last League trip to Swansea's Vetch Field tomorrow looking to end a four-game losing streak.
Jesper Christiansen led Harriers Reserves to a comfortable victory over Worcester in the Central Conference, scoring three times in a 5-1 win.
Adrian Viveash's stay at Harriers has not been extended and he has returned to Swindon.
Once again Jan Molby was not a happy man after his team's capitulation against Leyton Orient at Aggborough on Saturday.
Harriers slumped to their fourth consecutive League defeat with another disappointing performance against Leyton Orient at Aggborough.
Kelvin Langmead and Stephen McMahon go straight into the squad to face Leyton Orient as Harriers look to put their recent woes behind them tomorrow.
The comings and goings continue at Aggborough with out-of-favor striker Scott Rickards leaving on loan.
Harriers have taken a second plunge into the loan market this afternoon, signing Steve McMahon from Blackpool.
Harriers have today added to their thin squad with the signing of Preston striker Kelvin Langmead on loan for a month.
A typical game of two halves saw Harriers record their first win of the season, racing into a three goal lead and then having to soak up a lot of pressure as their opponents tried to get back into the game.
It was an unhappy weekend for Harriers boss Jan Molby who saw his side crash to two very disappointing defeats.
A wholly unacceptable performance from Harriers saw them slump to their third consecutive League defeat, handing Bury an easy three points in the process.
Harriers face another tricky match tomorrow when they travel north to Gigg Lane to take on Bury who had an excellent derby win at Rochdale yesterday.
A lacklustre Harriers slumped to their first home defeat of the season at the hands of Tony Adams' Wycombe side, conceding a goal in each half.
This monring's draw for the First Round of the LDV Vans Trophy has handed Harriers a trip to Bristol Rovers to meet up with old friend Craig Hinton.
It's back to League action tomorrow after the excitement of a midweek cup-tie and Harriers face another of last season's relegated clubs in old rivals Wycombe.
Harriers bowed out of the Football League Cup at the first hurdle yet again, but came closer than ever to victory losing 5-4 on penalties to Cardiff.
Jan Molby was disappointed with the outcome of Saturday's game at mansfield, but accepted that The Stags deserved to win for their overall performance.
Harriers make a sixth attempt to win a game in the Football League Cup tomorrow with Championship side Cardiff City the visitors to Aggborough.
Two goals from former Harriers Colin Larkin were enough to end Harriers' unbeaten start to the season after Stuart Roberts had put Harriers ahead.
Harriers face a tough test this weekend with a trip to Mansfield Town, one of the pre-season promotion favourites.
Harriers' new reserve team opened their Central Conference campaign with an entertaining draw with Hednesford Town.
Referee Steve Tanner came under fire from both managers after Harriers' win over Darlington on Saturday.
Two late saves from John Danby denied Darlington and allowed 10-man Harriers to hold on for their first win of the campaign.
Harriers continue their search for their first win of the season while looking to maintain their unbeaten start tomorrow when Darlington visit Aggborough.
After watching his team held forced to share the points again following their second goalless draw of the campaign, Harriers boss Jan Molby admitted to mixed feelings once again.
Despite being on top of an often exciting encounter Harriers had to settle for just one point after being unable to break down Notts County's defences.
Harriers stage their first home game of the season tomorrow, Notts County are the oppostition making their first visit to Aggborough.
Jan Molby was happy to accept a point from Saturday's season opener, but disappointed not to get more from his attackers.
Brilliant sunshine and scorching heat spoiled the game but Harriers got their season off to good start with a goalless draw at Nene Park.
The waiting is over and the real football begins, Harriers travel to Nene Park tomorrow to start their League Two campaign.
At long last the Harriers strikeforce has been given a welcome boost with the addition of Iyseden Christie.
Harriers have this evening made the surprise announcement of the transfer of Adrian Viveash on loan from Swindon Town for a month.
Harriers completed their pre-season programme with another win, beating local rivals Stourport 2-1 at Walshes Meadow.
Harriers had a comfortable victory in scorching heat at Redditch's Valley Stadium this afternoon, winning 4-1.
Harriers have announced the numbers that the squad will wear for the coming season.
The County FA have made the draws for the various cup competitions for the coming season.
Harriers today added more experience to the squad with the confirmation of the signing of Micky Mellon.
As widely expected, Richie Appleby has rejoined the Harriers squad after a succeessful pre-season trial.
Despite going behind Harriers scored three times to put Worcester in their place at St George's Lane tonight.
Wednesday's friendly with Wolves has been called off as the Wanderers cannot field a team.
Harriers have announced their second signing of the day, with Senegalese striker Youssou Diop agreeing to stay.
Jan Molby has made a further addition to the squad, signing Frenchman Frédéric Advice-Desrulsseaux.
Harriers fought back from two goals down to win a thrilling friendly against League One side Walsall 4-3.
Harriers suffered their third single-goal defeat in three games after a late Paul Heffernan header won the game for Bristol City.
A further frenzy of signings sees the squad increase by three.
Harriers have added to their squad with the loan signing of Simon Brown for an initial one month period.
Jan Molby gave his triallists another run out this afternoon, and despite having the best of the possession they were again on the wrong end of a 2-1 defeat.
A young Harriers side full of trialists was beaten by Cinderford in the first friendly of the summer at The Causeway.
Harriers today announced that the new kit, due to be unveiled today, will not now be made by Nike but instead by Admiral.
Harriers have been handed a tough draw in the first round of the Carling Cup, Championship side Cardiff will visit Aggborough.
Harriers have today revealed the name of the company that will adorn their shirts for the coming season.
Torquay United full-back Reuben Hazell has become Harrriers\' second new signing of the summer.
The Harriers squad reported back for pre-season training today with a number of new faces alongside the regular squad.
Harriers' pre-season looks more like a soap opera every day as Dean Bennett became the second player to leave this week.
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