THERE will be no game for Hereford today.

The Bulls were due to travel to Banbury United. However, the Oxfordshire side have confirmed that the pitch is waterlogged.

Hereford were expected to take a large following, with the Bulls allocated 800 tickets for the Good Friday fixture.

However, the match will now likely to be played on Thursday, April 11 due to Banbury having a backlog of fixtures.

Paul Caddis' side currently lie in 11th place in National League North, but are just two points off the play-off places with five matches remaining.

Hereford are in action on Easter Monday when they entertain Derbyshire outfit, Buxton at Edgar Street. There should be a good attendance for the fixture, especially as today's game has now been called off.

Following that, they are away to Scunthorpe and Warrington respectively with the final match taking place at Edgar Street on April 20, against Boston.