Friday, October 22, 2021

Gowling Looks For Win At Alfreton

Hereford manager Josh Gowling is hoping for a win at Alfreton tomorrow which, he hopes, will start to send the Bulls up the table.

Last time out in the league was a game at Darlington which the Bulls lost 1-0. That was their first defeat on the road this season.

"Our away form is great," Gowling told BBC Hereford and Worcester.

"We've just got to turn our home form around a bit and we've got the opportunity next Tuesday (against Kettering) to do that.

"We go to Alfreton tomorrow and if we get a positive result there, we've got a points target we want to reach over the next five games.

"If we do that we'll be well in the mix." 

Meanwhile, according to the Hereford Times, Gowling still have a few injury problems in the squad.

"We will look to see what they are like on Saturday. Some of the lads will probably have late fitness tests on Saturday to determine whether they are going to be available or not," he said.

One player expected to be available is defender Reiss McNally. He mised out playing last Saturday for Hereford as he is on loan from FA Cup opponents Solihull Moors.