Green set to miss Cherries clash

Hereford will be without the services of Ryan Green for the daunting visit of League Two leaders Bournemouth in League Two on Tuesday night.

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Green: Suspended

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The Bulls' struggles from last season have continued into this and Saturday's 4-1 defeat at Rochdale has left the club fourth from bottom with seven points to show from their opening nine games.

Full-back Green received a second yellow card deep into injury time at Spotland and he will now serve a one-match ban.

Jonny Godsmark and Glen Southam (both broken hand) will miss out, as will fellow midfielder Craig Jones (back). Striker Lee Morris is also a doubt with a groin problem.

Recent arrivals James Walker, Edrissa Sonko and Mathieu Manset will all be hoping to make their home debuts against a Cherries side who have won their last six matches.

Manager John Trewick told the club's official website: "It's a home game and it doesn't matter whether it's against top of the table or bottom of the table, we've got to look to get a positive result. The players should look at that and see it as a challenge and hopefully they'll be up for it."

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