Date: 24th November 2007 at 10:39am
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ACCRINGTON STANLEY travel to Edgar Street on Saturday afternoon hoping to end a barron run of form whilst playing away at Hereford.

The last ten games between the sides have thrown up four Stanley wins, three draws and three defeats. No bad eh?

But the thing is, Stanley have never won at Edgar Street, and John Coleman will be no doubtfully be looking to put the record straight this afternoon.

Hereford and Stanley both go in to the game off the back of midweek boosts, with Hereford defeating League One Leeds United at Elland Road in the F.A. Cup.

With Stanley managing to overcome the challenge of Championship side Blackpool at Bloomfield Road in the Second Round of the Lancashire Senior Cup. Next up for Stanley in the cup is Liverpool.

Hopefully the weather will stay off so that the game can go ahead, but there have been rumours in Hereford that strong rain COULD be putting the game in doubt. Vital Accrington Stanley will keep you updated as we arrive in Hereford.

Hereford United Team News:

HEREFORD may hand a debut to Liverpool midfielder Ryan Flynn, who joined the club on-loan on Thursday, just in time to play in todays game.

The 19-year-old may be joined by fellow Anfield loanee Robbie Threlfall in the squad as Luke Webb and Karl Broadhurst sit the game out through injury.

Player to watch: Toumani Diagouraga

The on-loan Watford youngster can cause a real threat to the Accrington backline and Skipper Peter Cavanagh will have to be wide awake this afternoon if he is going to keep the Frenchman quiet.

Accrington Stanley Team News:

KENNY Arthur remains sidelined for Stanley as he starts on the road to recovery after suffering a broken leg at the beginning of October, Ian Dunbavin will continue inbetween the sticks.

Shaun Webb is ready to return against Hereford, after returning from International duty with Northern Ireland in Spain on Wednesday, a game which Norn Iron lost 1-0 and consequently crashed out of the Euro 2008 qualifiers after such a good start to the campaign.

Webb was an unused substitute at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabou.

Player to watch: Roscoe D’Sane

Roscoe has been in lightening form of late, and can cause a real threat to the Hereford back line if he plays to his full potential this afternoon.

Match Prediction:

Hereford United 1-2 Accrington Stanley.