Spennymoor manager Jason Ainsley is hoping that his team can build on their last four performances when Kidderminster visit the Brewery Field on Saturday.

After a sluggish start to the season, Moors have hit form in their last four matches – they have advanced in the FA Cup with a 5-0 win at Lancaster City, and have picked up five points from three league games against King’s Lynn, Blyth and Bradford PA, scoring 13 goals in the process.

“We’re on a bit of a run at the moment, four games unbeaten and 13 goals,” he said.

“We want that to continue on Saturday, and keep the run going, especially as we’ll be having a break away from the league when we’re in the FA cup next week. We are focussed on climbing up the table, and we need to make sure that we carry our recent performances into this game.

“We have played some good football in that time, and I’m certainly happier than I was a month ago. I’m also happy that we’re at home again, it seems ages since we’ve been here.”

Moors are currently in 18th spot, six places behind Kidderminster, and Ainsley points out; “It’s never an easy game against Kidderminster, they have always given us a tough game both at home and away.

“They had a poor result in the FA Cup in midweek, and they’ll be wanting to bounce back against us.

“They have got some good players in their side as thy have proved many times in the past.

“The one thing about this league is, that it’s unrelenting. There are no easy fixtures, we know that we will have to be at our best to beat them.”

Moors’ injury problems are easing, and Ainsley’s biggest headache will be whether to restore striker Glen Taylor to the starting line up, or keep him on the bench.

Taylor was injured for a month but he bounced straight back last Saturday when he scored twice after coming on as sub at Lancaster City.

But Ainsley could keep the Adam Boyes and James Roberts combination together, the pair having scored three goals apiece in Taylor’s absence.

Meanwhile, winger Rees Greenwood, who signed during the summer from Sunderland, has moved to West Auckland.

In the BetVictor NPL Premier Division, South Shields, who are top on goal difference, are at Buxton. Whitby, who are second, are at home to Matlock. Morpeth, who are 13th, are at home to Stafford Rangers.

In the BetVictor North West Division, Dunston are at Trafford.

The Buildbase FA Trophy gets under way, and Marske United go to Colne.