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Cards hoping to find cutting edge in televised clash

Glen Harrington - 21st November 2019

Cards hoping to find cutting edge in televised clash
Maidenhead United vs Woking
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Saturday 23rd November 2019


Woking will travel to Maidenhead United on Saturday looking to continue an encouraging run of form away from the Laithwaite Community Stadium.

The Cards were left frustrated last weekend as, despite being up against ten men for the last third of the game, they were unable to find a breakthrough against a resolute FC Halifax Town side who, like Woking, remain firmly in contention for at least a play-off place. It was the Cards’ first 0-0 draw in a competitive game since the stalemate against Boreham Wood in March 2018 and the first under manager Alan Dowson since his appointment at the start of last season. Dowse’s side have found goals a little hard to come by recently, scoring more than once in a game just three times since the end of August, but the players should be buoyed by an impressive away record which has seen the club register just two defeats on the road all season – at Yeovil and Bromley. Woking fans will also be hoping that a returning Jake Gray, recalled from a successful spell at Hampton & Richmond Borough, could be that extra ingredient which provides the missing piece of the puzzle going forward, starting this weekend at Maidenhead.

The Magpies are currently in 17th place with 25 points from 21 games, seven points behind Woking, but six points clear of the relegation places. They made an excellent start to the season, winning five of their first eight games, whilst accumulating 16 points before the end of August; but like the Cards they’ve found things getting a little tougher as winter has set in, winning just twice in the league since the start of September, beating Ebbsfleet and Solihull during the month of October – as well as knocking National League South leaders Wealdstone out of the FA Cup. So far this month they’ve lost twice away from home, at Aldershot and Boreham Wood, whilst they’ve also been beaten by League One Rotherham United in the cup. York Road has not always been the happiest of hunting grounds for the Cards, particularly against Alan Devonshire whose side won twice and drew once against Woking in 2017/18, although no doubt many Woking fans will fondly remember the win there in 2012 which sealed our promotion to the National League.

If you can, please do make the relatively short journey to support the team this weekend. If you can’t make it, remember to tune in... [ Read More ]
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On This Day
22nd November
  • 1941: Woking 1 Walton 2, In this South Eastern War Competition game at Kingfield. Bob Reeves scored Woking's goal.
  • 1955: The Cards play for the very first time under floodlights at Yiewsley and beat the hosts 1-0.
  • 1994: Woking 1 Barnet 0, a Mark Tucker strike beats Third Division Barnet in the FA Cup.
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