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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

It's Swindon Supermarine This Evening


It's another away fixture for Hereford FC this evening with a trip to Swindon Supermarine. Manager Peter Beadle calls most game 'tough' but this one looks particularily tough.

Currently Supermarine are 4th in the table with 26 points from 12 games. They've only been beaten once at home, one other game was drawn, and they've scored 33 goals, the same number as Hereford, but conceeded three more.

So, in essence, little to choose between them from looking at the table.

However the key might be recent form. Last Saturday Supermarine travelled to Bridgewater and beat them 5-0, whereas Hereford could only draw at home against lowly Didcot.

Previous to that Supermarine put five past Wimborne, whereas Hereford could only win 3-2 at the same venue.

"Yes, they are a good side," said Beadle.

"We don't have a devine right to win every week and we face a good team on Tuesday on their patch.

"It will be a tough game but it's one we have to relish and look forward to.

"We're top of the League and we're there to be shot at but we want to go there and play well and we want to win the game."

Defender Ryan Green is available for this game. Any suspension, after being sent off last Saturday, will not start until next Tuesday.

Chris Parry hobbled off at the end of Saturday's game and could be a doubt. Jamie Willets may take his place.

Recent loan signing Calvin Dinsley, who was deservedly man of the match on Saturday, should continue his partnership with Jamie Edge in mid-field.

Adam Davies, for whom international clearance was received yesterday, is expected to be on the bench. 

Given Supermarine is reasonable easy to get to, it's thought around 400 Hereford supporters will make the trip down the A419 this evening.

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