St Albans City vs Woking
Blue Square Bet South
3pm on Saturday 4th September 2010
The Cards travel to Clarence Park on Saturday to play St Albans City, with Graham Baker's side looking to build on the point picked up at Boreham Wood on Monday.
This Saturday is also Non-League Day
, with no Premier League or Championship games being played this weekend, fans of those clubs are being encouraged to go along to their local non-league side instead.
New work experience signing from Brentford, Chris Bush, looks set to start in-place of left back Aswad Thomas again who serves the 2nd of his 3 match suspension.
Ricky Anane is still recovering from his hamstring injury, he played for nearly an hour in the Reserves last night, but it's too early to say if he'll be risked on Saturday.
Andy Forbes remains sidelined with a groin strain, so Dave Gilroy is likely to start in a central forward role again.
ST ALBANS CITY
The hosts are without a win so far this season, drawing their opening 5 games, and losing away to Maidenhead United on Monday.
Veteran keeper Paul Bastock continues in goal for the Saints, and has only conceded once at home this season.
17th Aug: St Albans 0 - 0 Basingstoke Town
21st Aug: St Albans 0 - 0 Braintree Town
24th Aug: Staines Town 2 - 2 St Albans
28th Aug: St Albans 1 - 1 Hampton & Richmond
30th Aug: Maidenhead 2 - 1 St Albans
In the same fixture at the end of last season, Woking got a narrow 1-0 victory to keep their Play-Off hopes alive, Harry Arter with the goal.
Tel: 01727 864296
Phone the Club Shop to book your place.
Exit M25 at J22 (A1081). Follow signs to St. Albans from slip road. At London Colney roundabout (traffic light controlled) exit onto A1081. Follow road for about 1 mile until mini roundabout (Great Northern pub on left). Turn right into Alma Road. At traffic lights turn right into Victoria Street and continue to junction with Crown pub. Go straight across into Clarence Road, ground is first on left about 50 yards past junction or take the next turning on the left into York Road. Ground entrance is at the end of the road on the left.
Nearest station: St Albans City
There is a good service from St Pancras to St Albans, journey time from Woking should take between 1½ hours and 2 hours.
The ground is a 5 minute walk from the train station.
Come on, you Cards!
Woking Reserves are also at home to Tonbridge Angels this Saturday if you can't make it to St Albans, kick off is 3pm and admission prices are £4 for adults and £2 for concessions, u16s, and season ticket holders.