It's honours even at The Shay in this Conference fixture. Two wins apiece in the four matches played in the Conference, although Halifax have the historical edge overall with seven wins to five. Hereford have won the last two encounters with a single Tamika Mkandawire goal last April, and Steve Guinan and Andy Tretton the April before giving the Bulls 1-0 and 2-1 wins.
Hereford are hoping to have Guy Ipoua available after a five match absence, with the pairing of Purdie and Bertram proved ineffective in the midweek draw with Gravesend. Adam Stansfield will miss the match with a Groin injury, though Simon Travis may return to play some part after resuming full training this week.
Team Last Match: Brown, Jeannin, Green, Blewitt, James, Beckwith, Stanley, Ferrell, Pitman, Purdie, Carey-Bertram.
Halifax enjoyed their first away win for 10 games at Kidderminster in midweek but were mauled by the Bulls midweek opponents, Gravesend, 4-0 last Saturday. Manager Chris Wilder rang four changes after that result, and is likely to keep the winning side. Former Bulls striker, John Grant, has scored three goals in 17 appearances for the Shaymen so far.
Team Last Match: Dunbavin, Haslam, Quinn, Ingram, Wright, Forrest, Foster, Thompson, Jacobs, Killeen, Sugden.