WITH two weeks having elapsed since Hereford United’s previous match, boss Graham Turner made five changes for the League visit to Cheltenham Town.

There were debuts for on-loan youngsters, goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi from Liverpool and Manchester United striker Febian Brandy.

Dean Beckwith was recalled to replace Karl Broadhurst as Josh Gowling’s centre-back partner.

Sam Gwynne, who scored in the match between the sides at Edgar Street, was called up on the right of midfield with Jennison Myrie-Williams moving to the left to the exclusion of Matt Done.

And with Kris Taylor free of suspension, the former Walsall man came back in at left-back with Richard Roses switching back to the right, with Richard Jackson left out.

Hereford: Gulacsi; Rose, Broadhurst, Gowling, Taylor; Gwynne, Hewson, Diagouraga, Myrie-Williams; Guinan, Brandy. Subs not used: Veiga, Broadhurst, Johnson, Smith, Done.

Cheltenham: Brown; Westwood, Duff, Diallo, Ridley; Russell, Bird, Westlake; Spencer, Owusu, Bignall. Subs not used: Puddy, Finnigan, Connor, Vincent, Hammond.

Referee: Phil Gibbs (West Midlands).