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.

Last Updated: 28/09/09 at 18:16

Green: Suspended

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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