Kidderminster v Macc (Sat, 3pm)
KIDDERMINSTER were formed 130 years ago in 1886, and have played at the Aggborough Stadium ever since.
COLIN Gordon is the currently caretaker manager of the club after Dave Hockaday was sacked as boss last month.
THEY are the only club from Worcestershire ever to have played in the Football League, after spending five years in League Two from 2000 to 2005.
KIDDY have struggled so far this season and were bottom of the National League table heading into their midweek fixture.
MACCLESFIELD were victorious when the two teams met in the reverse fixture earlier this season, picking up a 2-1 win in October.
THAT match was shown live on BT Sport, with Tony Diagne and Danny Rowe getting the goals for the hosts.
JOHN Askey’s also side ran out winners when the two teams last met at Aggborough, picking up a 2-0 victory back in January 2015.
GOALS from Alex Grant and Waide Fairhust were enough to give the Silkmen all three points away from home.
KIDDERMINSTER have struggled for goals so far this season, with Gurjit Singh and Ben Whitfield joint on four goals each as the club’s top scorers.
●● Dave Hockaday