Bromley v Hereford FC - FA Cup LIVE updates

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  • 14: Great chance for the hosts as Cheek lets fly with a shot but it thumps against the bar before the ball is turned behind for a corner. The flag kick comes to nothing.
  • 16: Close again for Bromley. This time it is a mistake from debutant keeper Eve who tries to take the ball past Marriott who robs him and then pushes the ball wide of the target. What a let-off that is.
  • 26: Hodgkiss sends a delightful ball into the centre for Barnett but his header is wide of the target.
  • Bromley 0-1 Hereford
  • 53: Free-kick for the visitors which Harry Pinchard has taken and sent beyond Smith in the Ravens goal. Glorious strike.
  • Bromley 1-1 Hereford
  • 74: Goal for the hosts as substitute Corey Whitely cuts inside before drilling home past the diving Eve.
  • 76: Close to a second for Bromley but thgis time Eve saves well from Adaja.
  • 82: Save from Eve with his foot to keep out an Adaja effort as the rain starts down here in Kent.
  • Bromley 1-2 Hereford
  • 90+2: A corner is only half cleared and when McLean headed back into the danger zone, Orrin Pendley was on hand to stab home from six yards. Surely that's the winner.
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  • Hereford: Eve, Hodgkiss, Evans, Haines, McLean, Amadi-Holloway, Pinchard, Storey (Caton 80), Hanson, Pendley, Barnett (Campbell 90+7)
  • Subs: Derricott, Klukowski, Osment, Davies, Johnson
  • Dale Eve makes his Hereford debut, he is the fifth goalkeeper Hereford have used so far this season.
  • Four changes from the starting 11 at Darlington last week
  • Tyler out for Eve; Lloyd out for Haines; Holmes out for Storey; Latty-Fairweather out for Hodgkiss.
  • Bromley: Smith, Hannam, Bingham, Bush, Sowunmi, Coleman, Cheek, Marriott, Dennis, Webster, Forster
  • Subs: Boylan, Reynolds, Whitely, Arthurs, Vennings, Alexander, Adaja
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  • THE Bulls are in FA Cup action this afternoon at National League side Bromley with a place in the first round at stake.
  • The Kent hosts sit fifth in the league above the Bulls and have won seven out of their 13 league games. However, they face an in-form Hereford side who are unbeaten in five games winning four of them.
  • Bromley are also unbeaten at home in the league this season.
  • The Bulls have signed goalkeeper Dale Eve ahead of today's game.
  • Goalkeepers Dino Visser and Brad Wade are out injured while loanee Cian Tyler has been made unavailable for cup games by parent club Coventry City.
  • Eve, aged 27, learnt his trade at Stoke City with loans at Fleetwood and Forest Green Rovers.


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