Hereford United are targeting a good performance against Woking in the Nationwide Conference tonight (7.45) to help set them up for FA Umbro Trophy glory.

Director of Football Graham Turner is confident that United won't take their eyes off tonight's Edgar Street clash with the second leg of their Trophy semi-final at home to Forest Green Rovers coming up on Saturday, which stands delicately poised at 2-2 from the first leg.

He said: "Saturday is a very important game for us, no doubt about that, but we would get the right preparation if we give a good performance tonight."

United are also anxious to improve their league position, having dropped to 10th place, knowing that a position in the top seven will guarantee a place alongside the Second and Third Division clubs in next season's LDV Vans Trophy.

However, he won't be underestimating a Woking side they beat 3-0 away back in September.

An excellent run has lifted the Surrey side into 12th place, two places below the Bulls, while they ended United's FA Cup dreams with a 1-0 win at Kingfield back in October, and were winning 1-0 at Edgar Street last month when a waterlogged pitch forced the game to be abandoned.

Turner said: "They have been on a very good run and will prove to be tough opponents."

United have slight injury doubts over player-coach Phil Robinson, midfielder Ian Rodgerson and winger Paul Parry, who all picked up slight knocks at Forest Green.

They may be rested to ensure their fitness for the second leg of the Trophy tie, which could mean a starting chance for players such as John Shirley, James Wall and Wolves loanee Seamus Crowe. James Quiggin and Kerry Giddings are likely to remain sidelined.

Hereford (from): Cooksey, Clarke, Sturgess, Robinson, Wright, James, Rodgerson, Snape, Elmes, Williams, Parry, Shirley, Bull, Crowe, Baker, Wall, Quiggin, Giddings.