Hereford will be without Craig King for their final-day encounter at home to Rotherham.
The on-loan striker, who was due to remain at Edgar Street until the end of the season, has returned to parent club Leicester one game early.
His departure means Graham Turner now has no loan players within his ranks as he prepares to shape the squad for whoever is in charge next season.
The temporary boss appears likely to end his 15-year association with the club this summer and thankfully has no injury or suspension concerns for what looks to be his final game.
Turner was only able to name six substitutes for last weekend`s late 2-1 defeat at Dagenham and the departure of King means his resources will be stretched even further this time around.
Rotherham manager Ronnie Moore may decide to rest top scorer Adam Le Fondre.
Le Fondre has scored 25 league goals this season but, with the Millers having already achieved a play-off spot thanks to last week's goalless draw with Crewe, he could be left out to ensure he is at his best for the season-ending competition.
Moore has no new injury or suspension concerns and though he will have one eye on the play-offs, he is expected to name a strong side.
Danny Harrison is available after completing a three-match ban and could come in for Josh Walker, who has been playing with a knee injury recently.
Striker Drewe Broughton made his comeback from a chest infection against the Railwaymen and should feature while Stephen Brogan and Andy Liddell may be in contention.
However, striker Tom Pope and defender Dale Tonge continue to struggle with foot problems and will not play.
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