Imps boss Moyses expects a tough afternoon against Kidderminster

Written by Dan Jefferson

Lincoln City manager Chris Moyses has said that he expects his team to win against early league strugglers Kidderminster Harriers but he “doesn’t see it that way at all”.

Chris Moyses is wary of the threat Kidderminster pose

Chris Moyses is wary of the threat Kidderminster pose

The Imps travel to Worcestershire on Saturday to face the side currently propping up the rear end of the National League table.

The Harriers don’t have a win to their name but have improved over the last few weeks after bringing in new manager Tim Flowers.

Moyses said: ‘They have a different manager in charge and things are on the up for them again. We need to be on our game and come away with something positive.”

Lincoln will be looking for a win after losing in their last fixture to Barrow, 1-0.

“I couldn’t believe how we didn’t get anything out of that second-half, we put that many balls in the box.’

When asked about how he is going to combat the problem, Moyses said: “We’ve had a look at it in training, but sometimes you fall unlucky. You have to give Barrow some credit on how they defended in the second-half”.

On approaching the game against Kidderminster, Moyses said: “They (Kidderminster) have played 4-4-2 in their last two games, equalising late on against Torquay, but we’ll go there, be positive and not to defend.’

The Imps hope that Liam Hearn will return to the side. The striker has had a hamstring injury and “will be in contention,” according to Moyses.

The former Mansfield Town man played against Wrexham but was brought off just before halftime due to the injury.

Moyses also revealed that Callum Howe will return to training next Monday and everyone else is fine.