Mark Yates insisted there will be no panic moves as Kidderminster Harriers aim to erase their opening day defeat with a positive result at Burton Albion tonight.

The Harriers players could only concede that they let the fans down in Saturday's 3-1 loss to St Albans City but manager Yates is backing them to bounce back at the Pirelli Stadium against the Brewers.

"We will see how we respond at Burton, who are a good team, and I hope the reaction will be a positive one," said Yates. "I know we are better than the performance on Saturday showed.

"Saturday was very disappointing but it's gone and the good thing is that we have got a chance to rectify it very quickly."

Yates has a full squad available and he hinted he could make a couple of changes to the starting XI.

Burton are set to welcome back winger Keith Gilroy but captain Darren Stride is doubtful with a neck injury.

Tamworth manager Mark Cooper is similarly hoping to draw a line under their first-day woes when they head to Gravesend & Northfleet.

The trip to Liam Daish's men is the first of two successive trips to Essex - the Lambs face Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday - and Cooper will consider the claims of midfielder Alan Neilson and front-runner Matt Williams to start tonight's game.

"Alan Neilson and Matt Williams are itching to get back in the starting XI although both are still not 100 per cent," said Cooper. "I am glad we only have a short rest until the next game when hopefully we can get it out of our systems and go back to playing the passing football we have been trying to work on."

Full-back Michael Tuohy, who is recovering from his ankle injury, is the only non-starter.