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Cards target home win

Brian Caffarey - 19th November 2017

Cards target home win
Woking v Ebbsfleet United
Vanarama National League
7.45pm on Tuesday 21 November 2017

The Cards have another tough home game on Tuesday evening when the Fleet, with only two defeats on the road this season, visit the Laithwaite Community Stadium. Come down and cheer on the Cards to three points!


Young Academy keeper Sam Mason had an encouraging first team debut. It was unfortunate that his first bit of action was to pick the ball out of the net, but it is doubtful if Nathan Baxter would have been able to do anything about Adrian Clifton’s fine strike. Thereafter he performed well, with a couple of good saves and a brave punch in the second half. Saraiva proved a capable deputy for Nathan Ralph at left back and also showed that he’s lost none of his ability to shoot powerfully, with a ‘piledriver’ in the first half and a last-minute free-kick two of the best efforts of the afternoon.

The Cards kept possession well and looked the more accomplished outfit but lacked sufficient penetration, with Joe Ward having a fairly quiet game.

Let’s hope Saturday’s match hasn’t added to the injury list and that one or two other players might be available on Tuesday evening. It sounds from Anthony’s post-match interview that Lazar should be fit to return and that Louis Ramsay could be close to re-appearing. Nathan Ralph will be available too.

If your glass is half full, you will note that the Cards are unbeaten in their last four league and Cup games. Those with a more pessimistic outlook will note that the side has now failed to win in their last five league games. Woking now sit in 9th place in the table.


Promoted through the play-off final last season, the Fleet started this campaign with an extraordinary run of results which saw them draw nine of their first 11 games. They then hit a winning streak in late September, with three victories in succession, and have since had some steady results. Their last four games have seen a surprise 1-0 defeat at home to Torquay United, a 0-0 draw at Sutton United, a 2-1 home win over Leyton Orient and, on Saturday, they lost 2-0 at rapidly-improving Wrexham. Manager Daryl McMahon was pleased with his side’s performance and disputed both Wrexham’s goals. The Fleet now sit in 12th place in the table with 28 points from 20 games. Away from home they have won... [ Read More ]
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