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6 April 2015

All you need to know about this afternoon's opponenets

Bristol Rovers go into today's game looking to secure maximum points from Easter weekend.

Rovers: Darrell Clarke's men will be looking to get a vital three points in the race for the Vanarama Conference title.

Team News: Only Stuart Sinclair and Neal Trotman are long term absentees for this fixture.

Darrell's View: “We’ve got Kidderminster Monday and I think we’ve sold our 2,600 tickets and I’m sure the Gasheads are going to go up in a very buoyant mood and I’m sure they will try to help us get the 3 points up there."

Opposition: Kidderminster are struggling to make ends meet financially and the Harriers currently sit in 11th place in the Vanarama Conference table. Kiddy have picked up 56 points from their 42 games this season and recent snapped a four game losing streak with a 3-1 win over Braintree Town and then a draw with Telford on Saturday.  
Dangerman - Jack Byrne: The Harriers youngster currently tops the clubs scoring charts with five goals but it is his ability to create that could cause Rovers problems this afternoon. Byrne hasn't been on the scoresheet in the past 10 outings but has set up goals in two of his last three games. 

Last Time Out: Matty Taylor grabbed a late equaliser to save a point for Darrell Clarke's men at the Mem after now Rovers front man Nathan Blissett opened the scoring in the 67th minute.

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