Barnet Captain Mark Hughes has called tonight's game a Cup Final.
He told Barnet's official site: "Tonight's game is perhaps the most vital out of our remaining few fixtures and for us, we'll be treating as if it is a cup final."Perhaps the most frustrating thing is that we haven't been playing badly recently. Our performances have certainly merited more points that we have got, but we need to convert our chances. Tonight's is a must win for us and that's the attitude that we have been drilling in to our minds all week long."
Bees boss Lawrie Sanchez also admitted to the site that it was up to his side to perform tonight: "We are where we are in the League, there is no getting away from it or trying to disguise the fact.
"We have not been scoring goals in any number recently, but if you are a believer in the law of averages as I am, sooner or later I am confident we have it within us to start converting these chances at a much higher ratio.
"Playing well and getting your shots away in the final analysis will count for something. There will be a great number of Hereford fans at the game tonight and I know the Barnet players can count on (the home) support."
The Bees are still waiting on former Bulls loanee defender Darren Dennehy before making their final team selection. The former Rep of Ireland u21 man had an injection last Thursday on a foot problem but has not trained fully since.