THREE points tonight would cap a memorable few days for Town defender Steve Yates.
Not only did the 33-year-old score his first goal for the club in Saturday's 3-0 win against Leyton Orient at the McAlpine.
But just a few hours later he became a dad for the second time when wife Louise gave birth to their second daughter.
The baby - a sister for three-year-old Katie - was born just over a week late and Yates joked: "We thought she was going to be three years old when she arrived!
"We seem to have been waiting on tenterhooks for ages for her to be born (they knew they were having another girl) but it's a lovely feeling now she's here."
Yates missed the trip to Swansea because the baby had been due on that date, but he has returned in fine form against Sunderland and Leyton Orient having recovered from a groin injury suffered at Doncaster.
"It would be great to follow up on the last couple of wins with another against Kidderminster," he added.
"They will be looking to bounce back from a heavy defeat at Hull on Saturday and put in a performance against us, so we have to realise we need to work hard and be at our best. We were all unhappy with how we played in the first half on Saturday, but we were much better in the second and we need to keep that going tonight, when the onus is on us to take another step up the League."
* Chief executive Andrew Watson and director Ralph Rimmer will be guests of the Patrons Association in the McAlpine Panasonic Stand on Thursday (8pm).