We turn the spotlight on Saturday’s National League North action with a closer look at Hereford’s visit to The Brewery Field.
Spennymoor Town v Hereford
Saturday 10th December 2022, 3pm
National League North
The Brewery Field
Hereford ended a run of three successive National League North defeats with a 1-1 draw against Chorley on Tuesday night but were still left frustrated after conceding the leveller in the last minute.
Josh Gowling’s men started 2022/23 in encouraging fashion and four wins from six through September into October had fans hoping for a drive towards the play-offs.
However, The Bulls have struggled to maintain that consistency and arrive at The Brewery Field this weekend having won just once in their last eight outings in all competitions.
One To Watch
Experienced striker Aaron Amadi-Holloway has provided a focal point for Hereford’s attack since joining the club at the start of the season following his release from Burton Albion.
A front man with a real physical presence and a keen eye for goal, Amadi-Holloway played regularly in League Two on loan at Barrow in the second half of last term.
He wasn’t fit to play when Moors travelled to Edgar Street on the opening day of 2022/23, but he is likely to be involved on Saturday and will need to be well marshalled.
Head To Head
Saturday’s game will be the eighth competitive meeting between the two clubs and Moors have tasted victory in five of the last seven.
The last encounter came on the opening day of the season when the sides played out an entertaining 3-3 draw at Edgar Street, while Moors completed a National League North double over The Bulls last term.
On The Whistle
William Davis will take charge for this weekend’s game against Hereford at The Brewery Field, and he will be assisted by Luke Lazenby and Wayne Cooper.
Tickets are on sale in advance online to both home and away supporters – buying online being the easy and straightforward way to buy for this weekend’s fixture.
Fans will also be able to pay by cash or card on the turnstiles at The Brewery Field prior to kick-off.
If you can’t make it to Saturday’s game then join us on Durham OnAir where we’ll once again be delivering full live and uninterrupted commentary on the action.
Mark Simpson will be live from The Brewery Field from 2.50pm with supporters able to access the live coverage online, via the Durham OnAir app, on DAB radio or on Freeview Channel 277.
Moors have been installed as big 23/20 favourites for three points on Saturday, while visitors Hereford are rated a 2/1 shot and you can back a draw at odds of 2/1.