Just four days after we met at the Silverlake Stadium under the BT Sport cameras, we once again lock horns in a National League fixture.
The 2-2 draw was a great advertisement for the National League and both sides will feel they could have won the game.
At Meadow Park it is sure to be another tight encounter with both sides looking to pick up maximum points.
Martin Allen is still looking for his first win as boss of Eastleigh after departing our near neighbours Barnet at the beginning of the month.
Although The F A Cup giant killers Could have their minds on next Saturday when they travel to Brentford in the 3rd round of the FA Cup.
Last year they knocked out Crewe Alexandra on route to holding then Championship side Bolton Wanderers at home, before bowing out of the competition in a compelling 4th Round replay.
With the players at their disposal Eastleigh will feel they have under achieved to date and currently sit below the Wood in the table.
Once again James Constable and Mikael Mandaron both on target at the Silverlake Stadium will be the danger men going forward.
Luke Garrard will have David Stephens back available after serving his one game suspension.
Some might say Wood were due a 90th minute equaliser on Tuesday after Eastleigh scored 2 last gasp goals to win at Eastleigh and then claim a point at Meadow Park last season.
It’s sure to be an entertaining game of National League football so please come down and get behind Luke and the boys
Boreham Wood v Eastleigh.
Saturday 31st December , kick off 1pm