The congested Christmas period is great for fans but perhaps not so good for teams if they are struggling a bit. Curzon are only three points clear of the drop zone and, really need to pick up some points this festive season.
Kidderminster looks on the league table a tough fixture, they are in the playoffs, however following a flying September their form has taken a bit of a dip, which should give Curzon fans some hope.
After Mark Bradshaw’s first match in charge ended in a 2-0 defeat against Greater Manchester rivals FC United, he’ll be hoping his second away game can end up in three points.
With that in mind, here are two players that could be crucial to this game…
Ryan Brook, who is hugely popular with fans. One of many players pinched from Oldham, Ryan has done two spells at the Tameside stadium getting his name on the scoresheet regularly, enjoying a decent run of form at the moment scoring 4 of Curzon’s last 9 goals.
He also scored in the reverse leg of this fixture in the summer. Hopefully, he can get his name on the scoresheet again.
Cameron Mcjannet, one of two young players on loan from Stoke is a talented young defender. He did get a red card against Southport but has shown plenty of ability, including getting his name on the scoresheet against AFC Telford of late, never a bad thing for a defensive player.
If he can keep everything under control and well-timed, this young man can be a real asset for an import fixture tomorrow.