HEREFORD United defend two proud records as they travel to Woking in the Nat-ionwide Conference tomorr-ow (3pm).

Graham Turner's men are the only side in the Conference yet to concede a league goal this season, and they also have a 100 per cent away record with victories at Kettering and Hayes under their belts.

But goalless draws in their two home games against Southport and Northwich have proved highly frustrating to United's Director of Football, who admitted: "We could have done with the home and away results being reversed.

"We have been playing ever so well away but we have not dominated in the way we ought to at home.

"I don't think there's any particular single thing about it. We have gone ahead in crucial stages in the away games but we haven't had the breakthrough at home yet, although we hit the woodwork through Chris Lane against Northwich."

But he has been delighted with how frugal his defence has been in the first four games, saying: "We have looked fairly solid in all our games and haven't conceded too many chances."

But he expects a tough contest for his fifth-placed side against a Wok-ing outfit who are 17th after taking four points from their first four games.

Former Bulls Mark Druce and Jamie Pitman could feature in the Bulls line-up along with former Birmingham City striker Jae Mar-tin, who had talks with Turner in the summer before opting to join Woking instead.

Turner added: "It won't be easy. They recorded their first win at Doncaster on Monday which was a tremendous performance, and there are one or two players in there who we know of

Hereford are expected to field the same starting line-up that took on Northwich as they prepare for a crucial few days, with a home clash with second-placed Telford United to follow on Tuesday.

Striker Steve Piearce and midfielder John Shirley are expected to resume training following injur-ies next week, but defender Paul Sturgess will remain sidelined until mid-September following his cartilage operation.

Hereford (from): Cooksey, Lane, Clarke, Robinson, Wright, James, Rodgerson, Parry, Snape, Elmes, Giddings, Williams, McIndoe, Baker, Gardiner, Moran.

n Worcester City's St George's Lane ground is likely to host its biggest crowd of the season so far tomorrow for a crucial top-of-the-table Nationwide Conference clash.

Telford United, who are second with 10 points from four games, take on leaders and title favourites Rushden and Diamonds (3pm).

It is the third of six home games Telford are playing in Worcester while work on redeveloping their own Bucks Head ground is completed.

The Shropshire outfit have won both of their 'home' games so far this season.