Bulls and Bees in LDV this week
Both Hereford United and Barnet have difficult LDV Cup games this week before playing each other at Edgar Street on Saturday.
Hereford United take on Doncaster Rovers on Tuesday, but at least this game is at Edgar Street with a 7.45pm start.
Barnet have to travel to Bristol Rovers and that game doesn't take place until Wednesday evening giving the Bees one less day to recover before Saturday's clash.
Neither Conference side will be favourites to win against higher league opposition but of the two perhaps Hereford could be the team to pull off a shock result. The Bulls defeated Scunthorpe, who are now top of League Two, in the previous round after the game went to penalties.
Doncaster had Doolan sent off on Saturday and have several players injured. Hereford will again miss Rob Purdie, out with a groin strain, but appeared to come through their Cup game on Saturday without any other injury problems.
Hereford supporters will remember the last time Doncaster came to Edgar Street on the last day of the 2002/3 season when the Bulls were beaten 4-2 and Donny Chairman, John Ryan, came on as a substitute late in the game at the age of 52.
Doncaster were promoted from the Conference after their win at Edgar Street whereas on the previous Monday Hereford travelled to Southport and sent the home team out of the Conference after defeating them 2-1. The Bulls return to Southport for the first round FA Cup on November 13th.
A win for Hereford is understood to be worth £4,000 in prize money.