John Trewick has no new injury concerns following Saturday`s 3-1 defeat at Shrewsbury as his Hereford side look to get back to winning ways against Aldershot.
Despite having taken an early lead at the Prostar Stadium, the Bulls were undone courtesy of goals via three set-pieces as their Shropshire rivals claimed the points.
Trewick has called for a definite improvement in Hereford`s defending from set-plays against Shots as his side look to extend their winning run at Edgar Street to three games.
Saturday`s clash saw the United boss keep faith with the same starting XI for a third game in succession but he may be tempted into changes this time around.
Ryan Valentine returned from suspension to take his place on the bench against Shrews and he will be pushing for inclusion, while fellow defenders Ryan Green (hernia) and Richard Rose (knee) will also be hoping for some involvement having recently come back from injury.
Striker Lee Morris (knee) will be looking to make Trewick`s matchday 18 having also returned to training, while midfielder Jamie Tolley`s availability will be assessed prior to the clash as he recovers from a shin injury.
Aldershot are set to name an unchanged side as Kevin Dillon's side aim for a play-off push.
Dillon saw his side pick up an excellent 3-0 win at in-form Northampton on Friday night and will name the same squad for the trip to Edgar Street.
Marvin Morgan's brace at Sixfields were his first goals since injuring his knee last month and the striker will again lead the line.
Midfielder Kirk Hudson will be hoping to force his way into Dillon's starting XI after he came off the bench to score the second goal at Northampton, while defender Dean Howell is now fully fit after his hip operation last summer.
Marlon Jackson (knee) and John Halls (groin) remain sidelined.
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