The Bulls face Torquay on New Years Day in their first home fixture in over a month.
The Bulls' 1-0 home win against the Gulls in February at Edgar Street was their first over the Devon side in seven matches. Gavin McCallum's goal was enough for revenge after losing at Plainmoor on Boxing Day, with the previous three matches all being drawn. The draw is a regular feature between the two sides, with each team winning 16 historically and 23 draws.
Having lost home matches against Morecambe, Macclesfield, and Northampton since drawing against Lincoln in the FA Cup the Bulls will see some welcome revenue through the gates. It will be the first time the home crowd will see the influence of Lennie Lawrence on the team and tactics with a reintroduction of a wing-back system at Wycombe. Ryan Green's return from suspension will aid the system given his successes in the role during the Conference years, but his appearance will be in place of Rob Purdie after his injury ruled him out of both this match and Monday's trip to Aldershot.
The Gulls currently lie eighth in the table but, such is the tightness of the table, they sit just three wins clear of the drop zone. Their biggest problem at the moment is retaining their current staff, with striker Elliott Benyon and manager Paul Buckle both being linked to greater things. Nine goal Benyon has already been the subject of a failed bid from Dagenham, while Buckle remains favourite for the Bristol Rovers job. The Gulls haven't played since a 1-0 loss at Chesterfield on Dec 11th, with Buckle reporting a fully fit squad.
Hereford United vs Torquay United, Edgar Street, Saturday 1st January, 3.00pm.