HEREFORD United head to Brentford tomorrow (3pm) knowing victory will put them on the brink of promotion to Coca-Cola League One.

Success at Griffin Park would take the Bulls' tally for the season to 85 points with one game left, meaning Stockport County would need seven from their final three fixtures to stand any chance of overhauling Hereford.

United go into the game on the back of a vital 2-0 win against Wrexham at Edgar Street on Tuesday, a result that sent the Dragons into the Blue Square Premier.

Captain Ben Smith believes Hereford have the ability to beat Brentford and is looking forward to the challenge.

He said: "Of course we are confident. We have had an excellent campaign and we know that all we have got to do is keep doing what we have done all season.

"There's a little bit of added pressure but good players, and we have got plenty of those in our team, thrive on that.

"We had three really tough games a few weeks ago and came through them still a point ahead of everyone else which is the best we could ask for.

"Depending on results, we can get promoted at the weekend. But my personal feeling is that, with the way the season has gone and the run Stockport are on, it will go to the end of the season.

"However, a win puts us in a great position.

"Stockport have got 48 points out of their last 60 so they are more than capable of winning their last three games but there is a bit of pressure on them."

Bulls' boss Graham Turner expects to have a fully-fit squad to pick from but will be calling on the services of Gary Hooper for the last time.

The striker is due to play his last game for Hereford as his loan spell from Southend United expires after the game.

Hooper, on target in the defeat of Wrexham, has scored 10 League Two goals for the Bulls since arriving at the club at the end of January.

Popular keeper Wayne Brown has had his training restricted by a knee injury but should be fit to line up against Brentford.

The Bees go into the game with just two defeats in their last six matches and still have hopes of a top-10 finish.

Skipper Smith added: "Everybody is fit and ready for action if called upon."