YORK City old boy Ashley Chambers will be Kidderminster Harriers’ biggest goal threat at Bootham Crescent tomorrow afternoon.

Chambers, now 28, has already netted four times this season having plundered 25 goals at National League North level for Nuneaton last term.

Three of Chambers’ goals this season have come in Kiddy’s last four games, meaning confidence forward Chambers will fancy his chances of netting against his old club – a feat he managed three times during the last campaign for Nuneaton.

The Harriers will travel to North Yorkshire sat fourth in the league but, as the current table stands, they would climb above Telford and Bradford Park Avenue into second place behind leaders Chorley if they won their game in hand.

Only Chorley and Kiddy remain unbeaten in the division, meanwhile, with manager Neil MacFarlane yet to taste defeat since taking charge of the Midlanders following the departure of John Eustace for a coaching role at Championship outfit QPR at the end of last season when the club failed to progress past the first stage of the play-offs for a second successive campaign.

Ex-Hearts and Queen of the South midfielder MacFarlane, 40, has previously been caretaker chief at Coventry City, having also served the Sky Blues, Falkirk and Fleetwood as an assistant manager and enjoyed a stint at MK Dons ad first-team coach.

Only Chorley, who have played a game more, have netted more times in National League North than MacFarlane’s men, who have hit the target 19 times – once fewer than the Lancashire table-toppers.

But a return of four draws represents the join-highest haul in the division, along with Spennymoor and Ashton United.

Harriers have not tasted defeat on their travels, meanwhile, since a 3-2 loss at Boston United on Good Friday, stretching to a six-game sequence ahead if their latest trip.

On-loan Stevenage defender Ryan Johnson could return to the visitors’ starting line-up, having missed Saturday’s 3-1 home victory over Blyth Spartans because of international duty with Northern Ireland under-21s, who he helped beat Spain 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Kennedy Digie came in for his first start of the campaign against Blyth but is likely to make way for Johnson’s return.

Otherwise, MacFarlane has a fully-fit squad aside from midfielder Liam Truslove.