Hereford United hit the road for their Nationwide Conference clash with bottom club Hayes tomorrow (3pm) in desperate need of three points after just one win in eight matches.

But Graham Turner's injury worries show no sign of easing after Scott Goodwin (groin), Ian Rodgerson (thigh) and Daniel Davidson (ankle) picked up knocks in a reserve match against Worcester City on Wednesday.

Young keeper Matt Baker (thigh), Ian Wright (groin) and Matt Clarke (hamstring) are all battling to be fit as is Tony James who has been unable to train.

"I think there is a good chance Wright and Clarke will be fit but Gavin Williams and Rob Elmes are doubtful," said Turner.

"It's vital we get three points but it will be tough because Hayes are fighting for their lives and I think have been looking to bring a few players in."

Turner has been boosted by Paul Webb's decision to extend his loan period from Kidderminster Harriers.

"He's done well and got better and better by each match and I'm pleased he has decided to stay with us," he added.

Bulls' player-coach Phil Robinson is confident the Bulls can defeat struggling Hayes despite the injury situation but admits it is vital they record a win.

"We have got to start picking up some points quickly and we will be looking for a win at Hayes," he said.

"They are certainly a team we should beat and I would like to think that they're bottom because they are the worst team in the league.

"The problem we are having at the moment is injuries.

"We were hoping to have some bodies back after Wednesday's reserve game but lost Rodgerson, Goodwin and Davidson.

"Matt Baker is also struggling with a strain that he has been unable to shake off."

One player back in action is Scott Voice who turned in a good display in Hereford's 1-1 drea with Stevenage Borough last week but the striker is still looking for his first league goal.

"Scott played well but a goal would have just capped things for him," said Robinson.

Formcast: Bulls to banish injury worries and run out 2-1 winners.