Hereford, under Tim Harris, face AFC Telford United at Edgar Street on Tuesday following the sacking of head coach Marc Richards. 

The Bulls performance at King’s Lynn at the weekend was unacceptable, and the team will no doubt be trying to set that result aside with a much more upbeat display.

Curzon Ashton have surprised many at the start of the season and they went top of the table after a convincing 3-1 home win over Darlington on Monday night.

The pick of the games on Tuesday sees weekend leaders York City at Blyth Spartans, whilst bottom of the table Bradford (Park Avenue) are at Gateshead looking for their first goal of the season.

Guiseley will be hoping York slip up, and could return to the top-of-the-table with a win over last seasons promotion finalists Spennymoor Town. This will be only the visitors second game of the campaign as the ongoing renovation work at the Brewery Field has seen home games postponed so far.



Monday 12 August 

Curzon Ashton 3 v 1 Darlington 

Tuesday 13 August

Altrincham v Alfreton Town

Blyth Spartans vs York City

Boston United vs Leamington

Brackley Town vs King’s Lynn Town

Farsley Celtic vs Southport

Gateshead vs Bradford (Park Avenue)

Guiseley vs Spennymoor Town

Hereford vs AFC Telford

Kettering Town vs Chester

Kidderminster Harriers vs Gloucester City

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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