Date:Sunday December 28 2008
Hereford United are the visitors to the Walkers later today as Leicester look to mainain their top of the league status with a host of teams breathing down their necks.
Hereford have had a disappointing season so far following their promotion to League One last season and currently sit 23rd.
However, a well fought point at home to Tranmere last game after being behind twice will give the visitors some confidence ahead of the game.
Hereford's last visit to the Walkers came in their Conference playoff final vs. Halifax, where the Bulls secured promotion to the football league.
Leicester will be looking to bounce back to winning ways following their draw with Leeds at Elland Road on Boxing Day, a late goal from Robert Snodgrass denying the Foxes the win.
Manager Nigel Pearson is set to name an unchanged lineup to the one that drew with Leeds on Boxing Day.
The left winger has been in disappointing form of late, but will be looking to return to reproduce his early season form.
Hereford could also name an unchanged team who fought out a 2-2 draw with Tranmere two days ago.
The striker has scored 3 goals in his last 4 games for Hereford.
Hereford currently have the second worst away record in the league, falling short only to Crewe. With just one away win under their belts and four goals scored, they face an uphill struggle today.
Leicester on the other hand boast the league's best defensive record, conceding just 6 goals at home all season.
Leicester 2-0 Hereford
Leicester: Crystal Palace (FA Cup) - 03/01/09
Hereford: Leeds United (League One) - 03/01/09
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Date:Sunday December 28 2008
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