Hereford United are set for a double boost in tomorrow's Nationwide Conference match at Northwich Victoria.

Defenders Ian Wright and Matt Clarke have both completed suspensions of one and two matches respectively and will be back in contention for selection.

However, Director of Football Graham Turner is forced to wait on the fitness of fellow defender Tony James, who turned an ankle in training yesterday and is rated as doubtful.

Turner will, however, be hoping for another composed display from on-loan Bristol Rovers defender Tom White, who impressed in last week's 1-0 victory at Hednesford Town.

Former Bromsgrove Rovers goalkeeper Scott Cooksey, the Bulls' other loan signing from Shrewsbury Town, also impressed at Hednesford and is expected to keep his place.

United look to build on their first win in eight games at Hednesford, which lifted them away from the threat of being dragged into the relegation battle and up to the relative comfort of 12th in the table.

Turner said: "We have six out of seven games away in this run.

"We started off well with the win at Hednesford. Northwich are unbeaten at home but having lost 6-0 at Rushden and Diamonds last week, we are expecting a bit of a backlash.

"We are in a good frame of mind after last week's result so I expect us to go there and do very well."

Hereford are out to complete only their second league double of the season, having beaten Northwich 3-0 at home back in November.

Northwich's 6-0 thrashing at title-chasing Rushden was their heaviest defeat for eight years.

However, they are now the only side left in the Conference with an unbeaten home record this season, so Hereford will have to be on their guard at the Drill Field.

Former United loan striker Andy Milner is expected to line up against the Bulls tomorrow, having recently joined Northwich on a free transfer from Morecambe.

Hereford (from): Cooksey, Lane, Sturgess, Snape, White, James, Rodgerson, Taylor, Elmes, Williams, Parry, Fewings, May, Wright, Clarke, Jones, Hanson, Wall.