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Hereford FC v Gateshead - FA Trophy - LIVE updates

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  • HIGHLIGHTS
  • 10) Joe Grayson comes forward for the visitors before almost finding Dajaune Brown with a teasing cross. The resulting shot by Ben Worman was fired into the side-netting.
  • 26) Curtis Pond makes a fine save with his foot denying Lirak Hasani's goal-bound volley.
  • 33) A long-range effort from Connor McBride who cuts inside before seeing his effort from around 20 yards out denied by the post.
  • 45) Kyle Howkins finds the run of Jason Cowley who checks inside before seeing his effort blocked by the foot of Louis Storey.
  • Hereford 0 Gateshead 1
  • 77) Nathan Cameron's header backwards is read well by substitute Dinanga who lobs the goalkeeper
  • 90+4) Aurio Teixeira picks out the head of Jason Cowley whose effort rattles the crossbar.
  • 90+6) Curtis Pond is up and gets a glancing header but his effort is deflected over
  • 90+8) Curtis Pond meets the corner but it deflects off the post and wide.
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  • Attendance: 2,263
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  • TEAM NEWS
  • Hereford: Pond, Skinner, Teixeira, Downing, Babos, Cowley, Williams (Rooney 53), Mendes (Lyden 66), Southern, Cameron, Howkins
  • Subs: Sterry, Walby
  • Four changes for Hereford
  • Hudson is cup tied and out for Paul Downing.
  • Obadeyi also possibly cup tied and out for Williams.
  • No Ceesay either as Olly Southern comes in
  • Hereford only name four substitutes from a possible seven.
  • Gateshead: Bond, Constantin, Storey, Grayson, Worman, Hannant, Stott, Hasani, Evans, McBride, Brown
  • Subs: Whelan, Francis, Dinanga, Cassap
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  • PRE-MATCH
  • Hereford face Gateshead this afternoon in the last-16 of the FA Trophy (3pm kick-off).
  • The Bulls have a tough task on their hands this afternoon against a Gateshead side who sit seventh in the National League - a division above Paul Caddis' side.
  • The North East visitors have won three of their last five games in all competition and lost one of those.
  • The visitors beat Rochdale in their first FA Trophy game before seeing off Weston-super-Mare on penalties following a 2-2 draw in the last round.
  • Marcus Dinanga is the visitors top scorer this season with 15 goals to his name.
  • The Bulls have been in really mixed form with two wins and two defeats in their last five league games.
  • Paul Caddis' side were given a morale boost by beating Blyth Spartans 5-2 last weekend with Jason Cowley scoring a hat-trick.
  • After first round exits in the last two seasons the Bulls have been much more successful in this year's FA Trophy.
  • Home wins against Redbridge, South Park and Torquay United have put them into the last-16.
  • Both sides sit just three wins away from the Wembley final.
  • The Bulls have been drawn at home in all their FA Trophy and FA Cup games this season.
  • Including their league matches the Bulls have played 22 games at Edgar Street this season winning 16 of them.

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