12:00am, Sat 20th Oct 2007
Woking thoroughly deserved the point they gained at the Kassam Stadium this afternoon, and with more ruthless finishing would have come away with all three points against a lacklustre Oxford side.
Woking could have been two goals up in the first five minutes as they hit the woodwork twice and forced several saves from Billy Turley. The best chance fell to Marvin Morgan and Joe Gatting just before half-time as they both contrived to miss from a yard out with the goal at their mercy.
The second half brought fewer goalscoring chances but the Cards still looked the more dangerous of the two sides even though Oxford probably had more possession.
Tom Hutchinson, on his return, was a rock at the centre of the defence, and Marvin Morgan caused numerous problems for the Oxford defence.
A full report will follow.