HEREFORD will travel to York City having scored fewer times on their travels than any side in National League North this season.

The fourth-bottom Bulls have netted just 11 away goals, but did manage to win 3-2 at Blyth during their last road trip on January 26.

A return of 11 away points, including just two victories, remains the second-lowest tally in the division - just one more than bottom-of-the-table Nuneaton - but Marc Richards’ men are aiming to go three matches undefeated on the road for the first time this term with a 1-1 draw against Guiseley having preceded the Blyth win.

The West Midlands outfit’s only other league triumph outside of Edgar Street in 2018/19 was a 1-0 success at Curzon Ashton in August.

Hereford’s worst struggles have come in front of goal, with ex- Falkirk attacker Tom Owen-Evans the leading marksman on six.

His league haul of five, meanwhile, is matched by former Halesowen Town forward James Roberts.

Fellow strikers Keyon Reffell (broken ankle) and Lance Smith (foot problem) are ruled out for the Bootham Crescent contest and midfielder James Wesolowski will play no part either, having suffered a hamstring injury 14 minutes into his Bulls debut in November.

Calvin Dinsley could be back in contention, though. following a recent knock and ex-City midfielder Theo Wharton will be in the squad.

St Kitts & Nevis international Wharton, 24, has not made the first XI for the last three matches, but has managed seven appearances - four from the bench - following his December arrival after parting company with Nuneaton a month earlier.