Moors will be aiming to return to winning ways this weekend against a Hereford side who have profited from a recent strong run of away form.
The Bulls have collected seven points from a possible nine, building on a stunning 4-1 win at York with victory at Farsley Celtic and a goalless draw at Kettering.
A 4-1 defeat at Altrincham last Saturday saw Moors slip out of the play-off zone on goal difference despite Gateshead also tasting defeat at home to King’s Lynn. Jason Ainsley bemoaned a slow start which saw Elliott Durrell score after just three minutes, and despite a much improved second half performance, The Robins deserved the three points on the overall balance of play.
James Curtis missed the defeat due to suspension after his red card against Telford in February, and the defender will be unavailable for Saturday’s game and the trip to Blyth on 21st March.
Jamie Chandler and Ben McKenna both missed the trip to The J Davidson Stadium with injury, with the pair still recovering from knocks picked up against Brackley Town and Alfreton Town respectively.
Hereford claimed a 2-0 win at The Brewery Field last season courtesy of goals from Lance Smith and Tom Owen-Evans, meaning Moors will be looking to claim a home win over The Bulls for the first time in their history.