Hereford v Wrexham preview
Hereford will close on automatic promotion with victory over Wrexham, which would in turn send the Welsh side down.
Last Updated: 22/04/08 10:28am
Hereford manager Graham Turner is expected to select from an unchanged squad for Tuesday's visit of Wrexham.
The Bulls slipped to a 1-0 defeat to Peterborough at the weekend but remain favourites to clinch the third and final automatic promotion spot.
On-loan midfielder Sammy Igoe came through his return to action unscathed following an ankle injury and could retain his place in the starting line-up.
Another player to return was striker Trevor Benjamin, who came on as a second-half substitute against Posh after recovering from an eye injury and Turner must now decide whether the former Leicester forward is ready to play from the start.
A hamstring problem will again keep Luke Webb on the sidelines while reserve goalkeeper Michael Ingham is certain to miss out with a broken finger.
Victory for the third-placed Bulls would move them four points clear of closest rivals Rochdale with two games remaining.
Defeat would consign the Dragons to relegation to the Conference Premier, but Brian Little is likely to resist the temptation of changing the side which ran out 1-0 victors over Notts County.
Little made six changes on Saturday and handed rare starts to the likes of Levi Mackin, Mike Williams and Shaun Pejic.
The trio all impressed and should again be involved, but midfielder Danny Sonner (Achilles) is no closer to making a return to action.
Striker Neil Roberts took his tally to two goals in three outings with the winner against the Magpies and will be hoping to extend his purple patch in front goal at Edgar Street.