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Dunkley blow for Harriers

Kidderminster boss Steve Burr will be without Cheyenne Dunkley for the FA Cup third-round clash with Sky Bet League One outfit Peterborough.

Dunkley was due to serve a one-match ban against Hereford on New Year's Day but that game was postponed so he is forced to sit this one out.

Midfielder Jack Dyer is in contention to make his Harriers debut after joining the club on loan from Burton on Wednesday.

Burr will check on Mickey Demetriou, who missed the 6-0 defeat to Luton with a hamstring injury. James Dance and Nathan Blissett are unavailable after going out on loan to Rushall Olympic and Hednesford respectively.

Peterborough will be able to call on Lee Tomlin.

Tomlin missed the league defeat to Brentford on New Year's Day through suspension but is back to boost manager Darren Ferguson's attacking options for the trip to Aggborough.

The 24-year-old could go straight back into the starting line-up at the expense of Nicky Ajose, who started against the Bees on his return from his loan spell at Swindon. Ajose is ineligible for the third-round tie having featured in the competition during his stint with the Robins.

On-loan QPR midfielder Hogan Ephraim will serve the second game of a three-match ban.

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