Harries, a former Kendal Town winger, has been signed on a month’s loan from Northwich Victoria.
Matt Chadwick and Greg Pearson both miss out tomorrow but Lee Rick is available after recovering from a foot injury.
Northwich have to visit Curzon Ashton who will be keen to register a win after two consecutive league defeats - against Evo-stik NPL premier division bottom club Belper and then at Workington where they had been leading 2-0.
The Blues have a welcome boost in the shape of midfielder Alex Brown who is fit after an ankle ligament injury.
Danny Shaw trained last night but suffered a slight recurrence of his hamstring problem. Striker Matty Warburton is to have a scan on his damaged knee.
Arron Hevingham is the only player definitely out for Mossley, who got a very creditable 2-2 draw at first division north leaders Salford City last week. John Bennett and Ryan Barrows are 50/50.
Each winning club receives £2,700 in prize money.
Chris Willcock has a fully fit squad for Glossop North End’s FA Vase first round clash at West Didsbury and Chorlton where the winners will receive £900.
In Vanarama North, Stalybridge will be seeking to end a six-match losing sequence when they take on high-flying Hednesford at Bower Fold tomorrow. However, manager Keith Briggs has a reduced squad to choose from.
The boss will be missing through suspension as will defender Matty Hughes. Briggs is also without the injured trio of Matt Regan, Mike Williams and Aidan Chippendale.
Midfielder Matty Mainwaring has left the club to pursue a career in boxing, leaving the manager down to the bare bones.
On the plus side, leading scorer Liam Dickinson returns to the side after serving a one-match ban.
Christian Thewlis is likely to be in goal for Hyde at Solihull Moors. Billy O’Brien has been recalled by Manchester City who are suffering an injury crisis but he was an unused substitute in the under-21s’ match against Everton tonight (Friday).
Manager Scott McNiven said a few players were struggling but mentioned no names. Winger Louis Almond is believed to be ill.
Defender Shaun Holden trained last night and could return for Droylsden who are home to Warrington Town in the Evo-stik NPL first division north.