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Top of the table clash as Cards host league leaders

Glen Harrington - 22nd August 2019

Top of the table clash as Cards host league leaders
Woking vs Solihull Moors
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Saturday 24th August 2019


It’s first against second at the Laithwaite Community Stadium on Saturday afternoon as one of the season’s favourites for promotion, 2019 play-off semi-finalists Solihull Moors, take on the newly promoted Cards as they look to continue their superb start to the season.

Few would have predicted that Woking would have taken the maximum nine points from three tough games against sides expected to be in and around the play-off hunt this campaign – but that’s just what Alan Dowson’s side delivered as narrow victories over Harrogate Town and Chesterfield were followed up by last weekend’s hugely entertaining 4-1 victory over the previously unbeaten AFC Fylde. Dave Tarpey scored his second free-kick in the space of five days, whilst Kane Ferdinand grabbed his second of the season, and Jake Hyde scored a brace to round off the game in style. In fact, the Cards would have gone top, were it not for Solihull’s late goal at Ebbsfleet which saw the Moors move back to the top of the pile.

It’s been an incredibly impressive 18 months for Solihull who, after staging something of a great escape to avoid relegation from the National League in 2017, have gone from strength to strength under manager Tim Flowers, finishing second last season and starting this year in the same vein. They began the season with a 2-2 draw at Harrogate before winning four successive games – beating Torquay United (3-0), Aldershot Town (2-1), Chorley (6-1) and Ebbsfleet United (2-1). The Cards will no doubt take some encouragement from the fact that both Aldershot and winless Ebbsfleet were able to run the leaders close, but with the Moors currently the early pacesetters in terms of both points and goals scored, Dowse will know that his team needs to produce another sterling defensive performance to take anything from the game.

The team would really appreciate your support once again this weekend as we look to make another huge statement about our prospects this season. Whatever the result it promises to be a fascinating game so come along if you can and cheer on the boys!

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