Town will be desperate to return to winning ways on Tuesday night as last season’s National League runners-up Kidderminster visit The CNG Stadium.
A win for Town would see Simon Weaver’s side return to second place, after Saturday’s defeat at FC United saw them slip below Brackley.
While Town were in action at Broadhurst Park, John Eustace’s side were recording a 3-0 win against Gainsborough Trinity that saw them move into the play-off positions.
Harriers are on an eight match unbeaten streak in the National League North and have lost just one of their last 14 in all competitions, though only North Ferriby and Chorley have found the net less times away from home.
Harrogate have lost just one of the last nine home league matches with only Brackley having conceded less goals at home, though Town have not kept a clean sheet in their last nine outings.
Both meetings last season ended in wins for The Harriers with a 1-0 win at Aggborough following a 2-0 victory at The CNG Stadium.
Ben Parker, Simon Ainge and Mark Beck all made their return from injury on Saturday and will all be looking to be involved again on Tuesday night.