Huddersfield striker Andy Booth will complete his own tour of Football League grounds when he visits Edgar Street for the first time tomorrow.
The veteran forward has been to every other League ground except for the Bulls, telling the Huddersfield Daily Examiner: "I've not only never played there, but I don't remember ever going to Hereford. To be honest, I’d no idea where Hereford was until the lads started talking about it in midweek, because a few of them have played there in the past. If you’d stuck me in a car a week ago and said 'drive to Hereford' I would probably have set off in completely the wrong direction!"
Booth went on to talk about tomorrow's match: "Hereford had a good win against Carlisle in midweek so it won't be easy for us – no game is at this stage when people are fighting for their lives – but it's important we are positive and pick ourselves up from what's been a disappointing run.
"We know it's been a disappointing run with seven matches without a win, but there's not a lot wrong with the team and how we are performing. A few of us have made individual errors in recent matches which are getting punished all the time, and it just seems to be a few little things each time which are stopping us from turning things around."
The Terriers will add new signing Martin Kelly to their squad for the trip with the Liverpool youngster available on a longer term loan next season. Recalled loan player Jon Worthington will not be available as he is suspended. Andy Holdsworth and Nathan Clarke are struggling to fight off knocks after missing recent matches, but the squad has no fresh injury worries.