HEREFORD Head Coach Marc Richard hopes to mix his side up in tomorrow’s friendly at Ludlow.

The Bulls fielded a strong side in their 2-2 draw with Cheltenham Town on Wednesday night.

With youngsters Bisensio Kamillo, Brandon Powell and Liam Bishop amongst their squad it could be a chance for them to impress.

West Midlands Regional League side Ludlow FC are the lowest graded opposition the Bulls will face this pre-season and lost 5-0 at home to Hereford Pegasus last weekend

Meanwhile Mike Symons continues his journey back to fitness after coming on as a substitute against Cheltenham.

“If you look at the Friday, Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday that’s four games in eight days,” said Richards.

“We gave a few lads 90 minutes and a few lads 70 minutes tonight (against Cheltenham.

“We can mix it up hopefully for the Ludlow game and ensure that we are balancing the minutes around the squad.

Jason Pope and Simeon Maye felt pulls against Cheltenham and were due to be assessed at training on Thursday night.

Meanwhile, Tom Owen-Evans and Tommy O’Sullivan could return from knocks.  

Jahquil Hill could also make his first appearance in goal providing he recovers from an ankle problem.

Richards added: “Jahquil (Hill) came with us to Bideford but he has been struggling with his ankle after coming back from international duty.

“I told him not to travel tonight (against Cheltenham) and he has been in at Wolves getting extra treatment and stuff.

“We will asses him at training tomorrow night at training and hopefully if he is fit he will potentially feature on Saturday.”