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Cards hoping for home comforts

Glen Harrington - 22nd February 2018

Cards hoping for home comforts
Woking vs Boreham Wood
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Saturday 24th February 2018

The Cards will be looking to return to winning ways on Saturday after back-to-back away defeats at the hands of Hartlepool and Ebbsfleet, but will face a stiff challenge in the shape of promotion chasing Boreham Wood, who are now just six points adrift of leaders Macclesfield.

It was a disappointing evening for the visitors to Stonebridge Road on Tuesday night as, after weathering the early storm and starting to create chances of our own, a goal either side of half-time from Fleet striker Danny Kedwell put us well and truly on the back-foot. As per the game against Hartlepool three days earlier the Cards fought back bravely, and narrowed the deficit through Charlie Carter’s ninth goal of the season, but frustratingly could not find that all important equaliser. Anthony Limbrick’s side will no doubt be grateful to return to the Laithwaite Community Stadium, where we will be looking to chalk up a third consecutive victory following 1-0 wins over AFC Fylde and Chester City, and a tenth home league win of the season.

Boreham Wood have had a terrific campaign, chalking up 59 points from their 34 games thus far, leaving them level on points with third place Aldershot and just a point behind second place Sutton. They are currently on a four-match winning run, conceding just one goal in the process, and haven’t lost in the league since Boxing Day. Last time out they beat Maidstone United 1-0 at home with Angelo Balanta scoring the only goal. Luke Garrad’s side also enjoyed a fine FA Cup run this season, reaching the second-round proper before going out to Coventry City in a replay, but their FA Trophy run was cut short as they were beaten by Gateshead last month.

With the Cards back on home soil and entertaining one of the league’s form sides it promises to be a great game, so get along if you can and enjoy the action!

Woking Team News

The Cards could rotate their forward line again on Saturday with Anthony Cook, who was unavailable against parent club Ebbsfleet on Tuesday, likely to be restored to the starting line-up, whilst new signing Louie Theophanous, who came off the bench against the Fleet on Tuesday, will be pushing for his first start on his home debut. Limbrick and his team will have concerns over Reece Grego-Cox, who was forced off in mid-week with an injury, possibly... [ Read More ]
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