HEREFORD are under no illusions how tough the task will be when they head to Bradford (Park Avenue) this weekend for the first of five league fixtures in 14 days.

The Bulls head to Yorkshire on the back of three wins in all competitions but they have only one away league victory to their name all season.

"They come think and fast and if you look at our Christmas schedule we have five games in two weeks and we're playing all the teams in the top six so it's going to be tough," said Hereford Head Coach Marc Richards.

"The lads are looking forward to it. I think it's really nice to keep that mini-run going, we've had a draw at Darlington and backed it up with three wins so I'd take the three points all day long at Bradford (Park Avenue) away, but we know how tough it's going to be.

"It's a really tough place to go and they're flying at the moment top of the league. We have got to look at our injuries, our knocks and niggles and look at what they do and what is going to work best to hopefully get the best result in Bradford.

"I'd bite your arm off for an upset at Bradford away so fingers crossed we can start moving up that league as well."

Richards was encouraged by the performance levels which saw his side come back from a goal down to beat Billericay Town 2-1.

He added: "It gives you confidence and any positive result does but I was really pleased with our performance today and that is the most pleasing thing.

"Performance levels were where they need to be."