Margate will be without striker Jordan Chiedozie who serves the final game of his three game suspension for his red card at Worthing two weeks ago. Manager Steve Watt will have a decision to make with Jay May, Frannie Collin and Harry Stannard all pushing for a starting place.
There is likely to be some changes from Margate’s Velocity win over East Grinstead on Tuesday night with Tom Wynter likely to return to the defence, while Tom Mills could return to his left back position after being tested in a more forward role on Tuesday evening.
Harrow arrive at Hartsdown Park in mixed form after a very impressive start to their season. Four wins from four saw them top of the Bostik Premier throughout August but one win from five games has seen them drop to 5th in the league and exit the Emirates FA Cup to Enfield Town.
Last time these two sides met at Hartsdown Park it was the visitors who ran out 3-1 winners last season in the Emirates FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round replay with the North London side progressing to the 1st round proper where they exited to Northampton Town.
Kick off at Hartsdown Park is 3pm but as always if you can’t be there then you can stay right up to date on the Clubs official Twitter feed @margate_fc from 2pm.