Hereford are not expected to have any new injury or suspension problems.
Stefan Stam, who came back into the Bulls XI for Monday’s 1-1 draw at Morecambe after a knock, has extended his loan stay from Yeovil until the end of the season and is cleared to play.
Striker Sean Canham has also been recalled from Kidderminster and could be involved in Jamie Pitman’s matchday 18.
On-loan midfielder Steve Leslie celebrated his return against Morecambe with a goal having been ineligible to face parent club Shrewsbury last Saturday, and he will again be hoping to get his name on the scoresheet in what is a huge encounter.
Hereford go into the penultimate weekend of the season three points clear of bottom club Barnet, who travel to Accrington.
Bradford midfielder Michael Flynn will miss his side’s final away game.
Flynn sustained a hamstring injury during Monday’s home win over Aldershot and could also miss the final game of the season next week against Crewe.
Gareth Evans replaced Flynn out wide on the right and is expected to retain his place in the side, with Jon Worthington and David Syers back in central midfield and Omar Daley on the left.
Midfielder Tom Adeyemi has a chance of featuring at some stage. The teenager has been receiving treatment for a thigh injury back at parent club Norwich, but is hoping to return after missing the last three matches.
Winger Kevin Ellison is still struggling with his thigh injury, which has kept him sidelined since mid-March, but he too is hoping to be included in the squad.
Peter Jackson’s side require another point from their final two games to guarantee League Two football next season.