Harriers feeling confident
Simon Russell

Kidderminster midfielder Simon Russell has revealed that the Harriers have nobody to fear after holding league leaders Oxford Utd to a goalless draw.

Manager Mark Yates will undoubtedly be buoyed by the result as his side have battled to find consistency this season.

"In the end it was difficult when we went down to ten men but the ten of us out there worked really hard and dug in and perhaps could've had a little more," Russell told the club's official website.

"Sometimes it works out that way [with a sending off] - we certainly had our chances, even at the end with ten men we could've nicked it but we defended well and it's a good point.

"I don't think Oxford threatened us massively and they were made to work hard for their point.

"They're at the top of the league and scoring a lot of goals but they had very little in the game apart from the odd half chance, we contained them pretty well."

Kidderminster make the trip to Aldershot Town on Saturday and Russell has revealed that there's no fear in the Harriers dressing room.

He said: "We don't fear anybody, that's the belief inside our dressing room."

"The games this month are all really tough against four of the top teams in the division and we've played really well against the sides I'd probably rate as two of the better of those four and we've got to go Aldershot and get a win."

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Dag & Red 36
Weymouth 33
York City 27
Exeter 26
Gravesend 26
Aldershot 25
Woking 25
Burton Albion 25
Morecambe 23
Grays Ath 22
Stafford 20
Stevenage 19
Halifax 19
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Cambridge Utd 16
Kidderminster 16
Tamworth 16
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