Manager Scott McNiven takes the Tigers to midtable Leamington tomorrow with a full squad at his disposal. On Monday third-placed Chorley make their first visit to Ewen Fields in almost 11 years.
Stalybridge Celtic go to Brackley with new signing Mike Williams in the side. The defender is on a month's loan from Altrincham.
Manager Keith Briggs, who played alongside Williams at Kidderminster, describes him as a great signing. He says the defender is good player to have around, and someone who will bring experience to the team.
Briggs's only doubt is George Lomax who has a groin strain. Former Stockport and Hyde man Matty Mainwaring should finally return.
Briggs said: "It'll be good to have Matty back as we've missed him over the last four weeks. Anthony Malbon will also figure again. He's not fully match fit yet but he's done really well.
"We have a young squad. Last week I played three 18-year-olds in midfield and it showed. But I can't protect them any longer. At Shildon we weren't good enough. The lads need to step up and give a response."
In the Evo-stik-NPL premier division, the injury crisis continues at Curzon Ashton. After the midweek defeat at Buxton the Blues are home to Barwell in an FA Cup dress rehearsal for the following week.
Jonno Hunt, who has damaged ankle ligaments, is not expected to get back to full fitness for a fortnight. Luke Horrocks has a bruised foot and Romero Coley an injured hip. Darren Thornton completes the final instalment of a three-game ban and Andy Watson remains on compassionate leave after a family bereavement.
However, Simon Woodford has recovered from a calf injury. In addition, Connor Hampson is out of plaster after breaking a leg in a freak accident during the pre-season friendlies. He has begun rehab - something manager John Flanagan describes as great news.
Martin Jackson, who damaged ankle ligaments in the friendlies, is running again.
Fresh from their FA Cup replay heroics at Salford, Ashton United visit Stourbridge. Connor Roberts-Nurse is still injured and Jay Gorton is suspended. Saul Henderson has left to join Mossley and Jacob Hazel has been released to Mickleover Sports.
In the first division north, third-placed Droylsden are home to Clitheroe. Manager Dave Pace has no injuries to worry about but Carlos Meakin and Danny Caldecott have left the Butchers Arms by mutual consent to seek regular first-team football. Former QPR winger Romone Rose, signed from Conference outfit Eastleigh, should figure again.
Mossley need to pick themselves up after the 4-0 home defeat to Kendal in which striker John Bennett picked up a hamstring injury. Andy Keogh remains banned. Saul Henderson is expected to make his debut.
Chris Willcock has a fully fit squad as he prepares for his Glossop North End team to face Squires Gate at Surrey Street in the North West Counties League premier division.
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