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Friday, August 25, 2006

Fleetwood expected to feature tomorrow

Despite coming off during the end of Tuesday's game, it is thought Stuart Fleetwood will be fit for tomorrow's League clash against Hartlepool.

"Stuart Fleetwood has a slight hamstring injury and it's in the balance," Graham Turner told the Worcester News.

Turner is said to have no new injury problem in his squad.

The Hereford United manager spoke about the Monkey Hangers.

"You always have to be a bit wary after a result like that. The players have to get themselves back down to earth but, equally, Hartlepool had a good result in the Carling Cup as well.

"If we can repeat that (Coventry) performance then we can beat most teams in League Two but it's a case of being consistent.

"We have had them (Hartlepool) watched, they are a decent outfit and it won't be easy. But Hartlepool don't overly concern me, it's our own performance that concerns me.

"We went up to Stockport and battled and we had an outstanding second-half against Lincoln and almost came back from two goals down.

"I am tending to think it was only Barnet that's been a massive hiccup for us. Seven or eight players were well below-par.

"We talked about it, we had them in on Sunday and we made amends for that poor performance against Barnet on Tuesday."

Hartlepool boss Danny Wilson insisted: "If we can perform like we did at Burnley then we will give ourselves a chance."