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  • 6) Paul Blackett had the opening chance with a header over the crossbar after Hereford got caught napping from a Callum Ross cross
  • 9) A Spennymoor corner is punched away by Visser but the ball stays inside the 18-yard box where Glen Taylor forces the Bulls keeper into a low stop.
  • 15) Dino Visser saves down low to deny Rob Ramshaw's free-kick which was heading into the bottom corner.
  • 18) Glen Taylor steers a drilled Callum Ross ball into the box just wide under pressure from goalkeeper Dino Visser who takes a knock for his trouble.
  • 30) John Lufudu cuts in and charged into the box before cutting the ball back to Blackett who is denied by a mixture of Visser and a Bulls block on the goal-line
  • 35) On the counter-attack Spennymoor attack with Taylor crossing for Rob Ramshaw who is denied by Dino Visser making the initial save and then the Bulls stopper also denies Paul Blackett.
  • 49) Kane Thompson-Sommers fires over the crossbar from range after good build-up play.
  • 58) Spennymoor catch Hereford napping and Taylor sees his effort saved by Visser and then Hereford somehow survive the goalmouth scramble with the goalkeeper again denying Blackett
  • McLean quickly breaks cutting Spennymoor open but Oppong can't quite meet his final ball.#
  • 68) Ryan McLean runs through on goal latching onto Dan Jarvis' through ball but sends his effort over the crossbar inside the box.
  • 77) Levi Andoh racing into the box beating his man before seeing his effort saved by goalkeeper Dan Langley.
  • 78) Ryan McLean beats the off-side trap and looks to have been brought down by the last man but the referee waves away his appeal.
  • 78) Ryan McLean beats the off-side trap and looks to have been brought down by the last man but the referee waves away his appeal.
  • 90+1) Visser kicks straight to Taylor who finds Blackett who being tracked by Zak Lilly fires his effort wide
  • Spennymoor Town 1 Hereford 0
  • 90+3) Glen Taylor running into the Bulls box forcing Visser into a save and Blackett is on hand to prod the ball home. Visser is convinced the Spennymoor forward is off-side but a goal is given
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  • Attendance: 1,070 (32 away)
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  • Hereford: Visser, Thompson-Sommers, McLean, Lloyd, Amadi-Holloway (Lilly 84), Pinchard, Hanson (Jarvis 45), Pendley, Andoh, Oppong, Latty-Fairweather
  • Subs: Hodgkiss, Klukowski, Holmes
  • Two changes with Jarvis dropping to the bench and Hanson coming into midfield.
  • Also the injured Jack Evans is replaced by the return on Latty-Fairweather
  • Spennymoor Town: Langley, Lufudu, Wombwell, Curtis, Taylor, Ramshaw, Ross, Kendall, Mbeka, McKeown, Blackett
  • Subs: Flatters, Tait, Anderson, Wheatley, Shanks
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  • HEREFORD will be looking to bounce back from Saturday's 3-2 defeat by Banbury at the weekend when they face Spennymoor tonight.
  • The Bulls have made the long trip to the North East for tonight's re-arranged game after the initial fixture was called off due to a frozen pitch.
  • Hereford have made two loan signings before the last two games coming into today's game.
  • Midfielder Dan Jarvis has started twice since joining on loan from Gateshead.
  • Meanwhile, striker Colin Oppong joined ahead of Saturday's game against Banbury
  • Thierry Latty-Fairweather has returned on loan from Burton Albion for tonight's game at Spennymoor Town.
  • The 20-year-old left-back joined the Bulls in pre-season but saw his loan spell end due to a hamstring injury.
  • With Jack Evans injured during the Banbury match Latty-Fairweather has returned for cover.
  • Hereford come into the game a place and a point above tonight's hosts.
  • The Bulls are in 14th with 35 points from 27 games with Spennymoor having a point less in 15th but have played one less than Hereford
  • Josh Gowling's side have won five, drawn two and lost seven.
  • The hosts' home record is won five, drawn four and lost three


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