The Wood are on their travels again this Tuesday, November 21 (7.45pm) when they face Maidstone United. Here’s our preview……..

 

Team News

The Wood have no fresh injury concerns going into the fixture.

Luke Garrard had a near full squad to chose from against Macclesfield Town and should have the same luxury again on Tuesday night, having seen his team come away unscathed.

Jamie Turley missed the match as a precaution, but is expected to be in contention for a return on Tuesday.

Form Guide

Boreham Wood have now stretched their unbeaten run to an impressive ten matches in all competitions.

Luke Garrard’s side battled to an organised, and well-fought 0-0 draw with Macclesfield Town on Saturday. The Silkmen had sat in second place in the National League prior to the fixture.

Garrard’s side are currently sat in tenth place in the Vanarama National League, but remain just three points outside of the playoffs.

Managed by Jay Saunders, Maidstone United drew 1-1 with Solihull Moors at home on Saturday.

The Kent based side currently sit in sixth place in the National League table, on 33 points.

From the Dugout – Luke Garrard 

“They play on a 4G, and I will need to watch their game from Saturday. I have got to be honest, Jay Saunders has done a fantastic job there. They have gone full-time this year and it is definitely working.

“They will pose a different threat to Macclesfield, but we will go again on Monday, with the idea of going to get three points on the board.

“Clean sheets are becoming a bit more familiar to us now, but is that to the detriment of free-flowing football? It is something that I need to get on top off, I will look back at that and I will try and identify what it is.

“But, we still created chances on Saturday, Bruno had a chance, Dan Holman came on and had a chance, Shakesy late on when he has it pulled back, and sails it back into Barnet. But for me, that is two clean sheets on the bounce now.”