The Bulls lost 3-2 to Scarborough yesterday whilst Woking, four points behind the Bulls, drew 1-1 with Leigh RMI.
Hereford are expected to be without goalkeeper Stuart Jones, who has a hip injury, and Ian Rodgerson, Phil Robinson and Ian Wright are all doubts after coming off at Scarborough. Matt Clarke, Danny Davidson, Steve Piearce and John Shirley all didn't feature in yesterday's squad, so it will be interesting to see whether they make comebacks tomorrow.
Bulls player-coach Phil Robinson said: "They (Woking) will be fired up for the game, but we have to match them for fight and desire and hopefully if we can do that, we will have enough ability to take the points."
Former Bulls defensive midfielder Jamie Pitman could figure in the Woking line-up.
All football matches are set to go ahead despite the death of HRH The Queen Mother, but a minute's silence will be held as a mark of respect and players will wear black armbands. "We would join the rest of the sporting world and the country in mourning the loss of the Queen Mother," said FA head of communications Paul Newman. "Like everyone else, our thoughts are with the other members of the Royal Family at this time."
After the match, winning boss Russell Slade told BBC Radio York's Ivan Ash: "I didn't think we knew what to do at 3-1. The answer was quite simply keep on doing the same thing. I don't think had our shooting boots on at times, we didn't take six or seven good chances. We lifted the tempo after the early setback which was an absolute wondergoal, and I thought we got on very much on top. Hereford were at sixs and sevens, especially when they lost Wright, and we got right on top; perhaps we deserved a little more than the 2-1 at half time."
Of the penalty appeal that was turned down, Slade commented: "I thought it was a definite penalty, and I wasn't certain whether the second one was. This is the consistency that we need to be concentrating on in the game and fortunately, it fell our way."
"3-2 in injury time and you think is something else going to happen? To be fair, it would have been very, very hard on us if they had got an equaliser."
Hereford player-coach Phil Robinson was baffled by the awarded penalty, labelling it as a "bizarre" decision. "All their players were lining up as they thought he had given a goal kick, and nobody could believe it when we found out he had given a penalty. The penalty really did change the game, but we didn't press them until it was too late."