Hereford United Vs Morecambe, Tue 16 Mar 2010

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Hereford have no new injury problems ahead of the visit of Morecambe.

The Bulls went down 3-1 at Lincoln on Friday night in what was Graham Turner`s first game back in charge after John Trewick parted ways with the club a week ago.

The Hereford chairman, chief executive and now temporary boss made four changes to the starting XI, recalling midfield pair Kenny Lunt and James McQuilkin, centre-back Darren Jones and striker Craig King.

And it remains to be seen whether he will tinker again as the club look to arrest an alarming run of form which has seen them lose five of their last six games.

The club are currently 10 points clear of the drop zone but are not guaranteed their Football League survival just yet.

Morecambe boss Sammy McIlroy has no new concerns ahead of the trip.

McIlroy handed a debut to new signing Simon Hackney in Saturday's 1-1 home clash with Grimsby.

The Colchester winger joined the Shrimps on a month's loan and will hope to keep his place in the starting line-up.

McIlroy has no fresh injury or suspension worries and is not expected to make wholesale changes as his side bid to keep their outside play-off hopes alive.

The Shrimps were left frustrated by their failure to beat Grimsby on Saturday and goalkeeper Barry Roche has urged them to be more clinical.

He said: "We created a lot of chances but didn't take them and that has been our problem this season."

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Barry Roche
Colchester United
Simon Hackney
James Mcquilkin
Hereford United
Kenny Lunt
League Two
Sammy McIlroy
Craig King
Darren Jones

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