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WREXHAM v WOKING

Brian Caffarey - 27th December 2008

WREXHAM v WOKING

3pm on Sunday 28 December 2008

There are likely to be some weary legs for this first-ever encounter between these two sides, with only a day?s rest after Boxing Day exertions. The Red Dragons have been flying since Dean Saunders succeeded Brian Little as Manager. The Cards have lost only one of their last six away league games but will do well to get anything out of this encounter against one of the BSP?s form sides.

WOKING

Paul Lorraine serves the last game of his three-match suspension, but Giuseppe Sole sits out the first of his three-game ban following his red card against Crawley on Boxing Day. Bradley Quamina seems likely to start in a continuation of the 4-5-1 formation which served the Cards well at Lewes.

WREXHAM

Wrexham are on a roll at present and now sit in 7th place, with 40 points from 22 games: only 2 points off the play-off places, with games in hand on the clubs above them. They have won their last four home league games, including a 5-0 trouncing of Eastbourne in their last appearance at the Racecourse Ground, which lifted their ?goals for? total to 23, with only 9 conceded. On Boxing Day the Red Dragons had much the better of the game at Barrow but could only manage a 1-1 draw, with the goal being scored at the death by former Card (and former many other BSP clubs!) Jefferson Louis, who is riding high in the goalscoring charts. Other familiar players include Ashley Westwood, formerly with Stevenage Borough, and experienced keeper, Gavin Ward.

GETTING THERE

The Racecourse Ground
Mold Road
Wrexham
LL11 2AH

Telephone: 01305 785558
Website: http://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/

Coach

The Supporters? Club coach leaves Kingfield at 9.30am. The cost is ?22 for members and ?27 for non-members. There are places still available, so just turn up in time.

Car

Take the A483 from Chester or Oswestryto Wrexham. Exit at the'Mold'junction and then follow the signs for 'Town Centre'. The Racecourse will come quickly into view.

Train

Amazingly, there is a train direct from Marylebone, leaving at 9.30am and arriving at 1.30pm. The return train, also direct, leaves at 5.03pm and gets into Marylebone at 9.11pm. Wrexham General Station is located right next to the ground, so you should just about have time to make the return train.

Come on, you Cards!

P.S. Don?t forget that the Cards? next home game is at 7.45pm on Thursday 8 January, when Northwich Victoria are the visitors.

WREXHAM v WOKING

3pm on Sunday 28 December 2008

There are likely to be some weary legs for this first-ever encounter between these two sides, with only a day?s rest after Boxing Day exertions. The Red Dragons have been flying since Dean Saunders succeeded Brian Little as Manager. The Cards have lost only one of their last six away league games but will do well to get anything out of this encounter against one of the BSP?s form sides.

WOKING

Paul Lorraine serves the last game of his three-match suspension, but Giuseppe Sole sits out the first of his three-game ban following his red card against Crawley on Boxing Day. Bradley Quamina seems likely to start in a continuation of the 4-5-1 formation which served the Cards well at Lewes.

WREXHAM

Wrexham are on a roll at present and now sit in 7th place, with 40 points from 22 games: only 2 points off the play-off places, with games in hand on the clubs above them. They have won their last four home league games, including a 5-0 trouncing of Eastbourne in their last appearance at the Racecourse Ground, which lifted their ?goals for? total to 23, with only 9 conceded. On Boxing Day the Red Dragons had much the better of the game at Barrow but could only manage a 1-1 draw, with the goal being scored at the death by former Card (and former many other BSP clubs!) Jefferson Louis, who is riding high in the goalscoring charts. Other familiar players include Ashley Westwood, formerly with Stevenage Borough, and experienced keeper, Gavin Ward.

GETTING THERE

The Racecourse Ground
Mold Road
Wrexham
LL11 2AH

Telephone: 01305 785558
Website: http://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/

Coach

The Supporters? Club coach leaves Kingfield at 9.30am. The cost is ?22 for members and ?27 for non-members. There are no doubt places still available, so just turn up in time.

Car

Take the A483 from Chester or Oswestryto Wrexham. Exit at the'Mold'junction and then follow the signs for 'Town Centre'. The Racecourse will come quickly into view.

Train

Amazingly, there is a train direct from Marylebone, leaving at 9.30am and arriving at 1.30pm. The return train, also direct, leaves at 5.03pm and gets into Marylebone at 9.11pm. Wrexham General Station is located right next to the ground, so you should just about have time to make the return train.

Come on, you Cards!

P.S. Don?t forget that the Cards? next home game is at 7.45pm on Thursday 8 January, when Northwich Victoria are the visitors.

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