Cards take on the Posh again for the right to meet Villa

Alan Worth
7:41pm, Sat 9th Dec 2017
Peterborough United v Woking
Emirates FA Cup 2nd Round Replay
7.45pm on Tuesday 12th December 2017

Weather permitting, Woking make the trip to London Road on Tuesday for the 2nd Round FA Cup replay against Peterborough. Most commentators felt that the Cards had much the better of the first game and will be disappointed not to have won. That is especially significant given that the winners face a potentially lucrative trip to Villa Park to face Aston Villa in the 3rd Round in the New Year.


Woking have only played one match since their first encounter with the Posh following Saturday’s postponement of the league game against Gateshead. That game saw a much changed side go out of the Surrey Senior Cup after a 3-1 reverse at home to Chipstead. Most of the side that would be expected to face Peterborough missed out on this midweek encounter and as a result Anthony Limbrick’s squad should be well rested and without any further injuries.

Chez Isaac will have been disappointed that the Gateshead game was postponed as that means he misses out on this replay with his one match ban still in place.

Anthony Limbrick has signed goalkeeper Jojo Wollacott on a month’s loan from Bristol City. We wait to see if he features in the line-up or on the bench on Tuesday.


Since their visit to the Laithwaite Stadium Peterborough have beaten Southend United 2-0 in the Checkatrade Trophy with goals from Gwion Edwards and Marcus Maddison and then faced Blackburn Rovers in the League on Saturday.

The Posh let an early lead slip as Rovers scored three goals in ten minutes after the break. Jack Marriott slotted home a second for the hosts in injury time but it was not enough to secure any points for Peterborough. Late on Captain Jack Baldwin received a second yellow card and will miss the game on Tuesday.


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The Cards Trust will be running a supporters' coach to the replay, departing The Laithwaite Community Stadium at 3.30pm, and costs £20 for members, £25 for non-members, and £10/£13 for under 16s. To book your seat please email

By car

Taken from the Peterborough website –

By car from South (A1): Exit the A1 at junction 17 and follow signs to Peterborough (A1139) onto the A1139 Fletton Parkway. Exit the Fletton Parkway at junction 3. At roundabout turn left onto the A1260 Nene Parkway. Take first exit and at roundabout turn right. Turn left at the next roundabout onto Shrewsbury Avenue. At T-junction after half a mile, turn right into the A605 Oundle Road. Follow road for one mile. Access to the stadium is straight on at traffic lights just before the town bridge.

From North (A1): Exit the A1 at signpost ‘Leicester, Peterborough North A47’. Turn left onto the A47. Exit the A47 after 5 miles, at junction 15. At the roundabout turn right onto the A1260 Nene Parkway. Exit the Nene Parkway after 1 mile. At the mini-roundabout by the ‘Gordon Arms’ turn left onto the A605 Oundle Road. Access to the stadium is straight on at traffic lights just before the town bridge.

From East (A47): Exit A47 at junction 18 and follow A15 all the way to the stadium.

By train

There are frequent trains to Peterborough from London Kings Cross with the fastest trains taking around 45 minutes to complete the journey. For example the 17.49 arrives at 18.36 and the 18.03 arrives at 18.50.

On arrival turn right out of the station and head towards the main road (Bourges Boulevard). Turn right and head towards the big roundabout. Use the pedestrian underpass and head past Asda. At the traffic lights, turn right and the ground is situated on the left hand side over the town bridge. There are of course plenty of taxi cabs available from the Railway Station if you don’t fancy the 10 minute walk.

For the return journey trains leave at 22.18; 22.22; 22.38; 22.44 and 22.46. The last train from Peterborough to Kings Cross leaves at 23.46.


Tickets for the match can be purchased in advance, costing £12 for adults, £8 for over 60s / under 22s, and £3 for under 18s.

Ticket prices on the night will be £15 for adults, £10 for over 60s / under 22s, and £5 for under 18s.

To purchase tickets in advance please visit, and choose seats in Block B upper or lower (Main Stand) only.


The Cards are at home to Maidenhead United in the 1st Round of the Buildbase FA Trophy on Saturday 16 December.

The Cards’ next league game is at home to Barrow on Saturday 23 December.

Make a note, if you haven’t already done so, that the Cards’ postponed game against Tranmere Rovers has been re-arranged for Tuesday 9 January.

Come on, you Cards!

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