Boss hopeful of collecting points
Hereford United manager Graham Turner is adamant that his side are capable of matching Yeovil Town in tomorrow's Nationwide Conference match, kick off 3pm.
"I think it is a challenge for us but one we are capable of dealing with," he said in tonight's Evening News. "They have proved to be the best side in the Conference. They are a good side and wouldn't have survived so long at the top of the table if they weren't.
"But it's a match to look forward to and I feel with our runs of just one defeat in 13 league games that we should be quite confident. There is always a bit of spice with players going back to old clubs and it's like that with Gavin Williams and Michael McIndoe for them and Ben Smith and Jamie Pitman for us."
"We need to start quicker than we did in the Trophy because we were two down inside four minutes," added Turner, who's side lost 2-1 in January. "But in the end we were a bit unlucky and I thought we might have got back into it. We have to match their enthusiasm and work rate. They have got a fair amount of ability but we can match most sides in that score but what impresses me most about Yeovil is their hard graft.
"I don't think there is too much difference between the teams but as a club they have the advantage that they can go out and spend money when required. I think they have just taken eight players on contracts so must be brimming with confidence.
"But I happen to think that if you look at the way we played against Wigan and Northampton it showed that we are better equipped to deal with sides that get the ball down and play."