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Dartford manager Tony Burman hoping for a repeat against Kidderminster Harriers

20 December 2012
by Alex Hoad

Tony Burman

By Luke Cawdell

Dartford boss Tony Burman will be hoping history repeats itself this weekend.

The Darts have hit a bad run of form in the Blue Square Bet Premier and travel to in-form Kidderminster on Saturday.

Darts have lost all three league games so far in December, in what has been their worst run of form since the opening month of the season, when they lost their first three games.

Ironically, that run ended with a win against this weekend’s opponents Kidderminster.

Burman (pictured) said: "Things weren’t going right back then for Kidderminster but since we beat them they’ve been flying and it will be a tough game.

"We’ve put ourselves under a bit of pressure after not picking up a point in our last three league games and so there is more onus on this one. They are on an absolutely fantastic run and I think they were a lot of people’s favourites for promotion."

Kidderminster have won their last five league games and haven’t suffered a league defeat for over two months. They sit a point and a place behind the Darts, in seventh.

Mark Arber (fractured jaw) has an outside chance of being added to the Dartford squad.

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