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Welling Preview

19th February 2010

Welling Preview Woking v Welling United
3pm on Saturday 20th February 2010

The Cards host Jimmy Dack's former club Welling United tomorrow, hoping to get back into winning ways after suffering defeats in the last 3 league games.


WOKING

Woking will be without Harry Arter tomorrow, who is starting the first of a two match ban after picking up 10 yellow cards this season.


WELLING UNITED

Welling started the season poorly, winning just one of their first nine league games, resulting in the resignation of boss Andy Ford. However, the 1-0 victory over Lewes at the end of October was the start of a run of four successive wins and an overall upturn in form. The Wings have now won eight of their last fifteen league games and risen to 11th in the table, within striking distance of the play-off places.

Welling United's recent results have been:

26 Dec BSS Welling 0 Bromley 2
28 Dec BSS St Albans City 1 Welling 2
1 Jan BSS Bromley 0 Welling 1
23 Jan BSS Welling 2 Thurrock 2
30 Jan BSS Bishop’s Stortford 0 Welling 4
6 Feb BSS Newport County 2 Welling 2
9 Feb BSS Hampton & Richmond 2 Welling 2
13 Feb BSS Welling 1 Dorchester Town 1

In the reverse fixture on the opening day of the season, The Cards won 2-1 in an exciting game after being 1-0 down at half time.


ADMISSION PRICES

Adults: £12 anywhere in the ground
Concessions/Students: £8
U16s: £2

Don’t forget lovely Seafare fish and chips in the Leslie Gosden Stand!


Come on, you Cards!
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