Harriers' Eustace: Professional Side Have To Get Job Done

Kidderminster Harriers boss John Eustace says his side need to keep their momentum ahead of the play-off places.

Now with a game to go, they know fourth is where they will be at the end of the season, writes Tom Feaheny.

They take on a Bradford Park Avenue side that are know a victory will ensure they are in the play-off places as well.

"It is all about maintaining a standard and not letting it drop, we have to keep that going." Eustace told the club's website.

"These players are competing for a chance to play in a play-off game, potentially a few of them."

In recent weeks the Harriers have kept up their impressive form, something that has pleased Eustace.

“The players have got on with it, it has been a very professional performance.

"I was pleased with the way we went about things."

“All round, it was very professional and I was pleased.”

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