JORDAN TUNNICLIFFE expects Chorley to be a tough nut to crack when Harriers pay them a visit this Saturday.
The Victory Park outfit have been beaten on five occasions during the whole of the league season so far.
They have been one of just a handful of sides to defeat AFC Flyde this campaign and came to Aggborough
and duly shut the door on John Eustace’s men in a 0-0 encounter back in August.
That was a tough day at the office that Tunnicliffe remembers well.
While this is a meeting of two teams in strong promotion contention, it’s billing that matters little to anyone inside Aggborough
The focus is purely dead ahead, with the defender commenting: “We don’t look at other results – we know that if we go out and win our games then we should be in with a great shout.
“Chorley is a tough place to go and I remember playing them in the second home game of the season.
“We drew 0-0 and they are a hard team to break down with a good defensive record.
“We’ll have to go there with a game plan and hopefully it will come off.”