The Wood are on their travels against this Saturday, April 21 (3pm) when they face Bromley, in the National League. Here’s our preview……..
Away fans are usually housed in the Cricket Club Side Terrace.
The Wood have no fresh injury concerns going into the fixture.
Angelo Balanta returned on Tuesday night against Royston Town and will be pushing to start on Saturday.
The Wood won 2-1 last time out against Royston Town in the Herts Senior Cup final.
Angelo Balanta opened the scoring with a stunning free-kick, before Joe Quigley rounded the ‘keeper for a second, just two minutes later.
It was the Wood’s second win inside of a week, having dispatched of Chester at home 4-2 in their last league fixture.
A first league goal for Michael Folivi was followed up by Bruno Andrade, Morgan Ferrier and Ricky Shakes, who all netted in the six-goal thriller.
The Wood currently sit in fifth place in the National League, on 72-points, and are just two points below third placed Aldershot Town, on the same amount of games.
Managed by 46-year-old Neil Smith, Bromley currently lie 10th in the table on 66-points.
Sitting just four-points off the play-off places, with a game in hand, there is all to play for between the two teams.
Bromley beat Dagenham & Redbridge 3-1 last time out in the league, having beaten Woking 2-0 in the match prior.
From the Dugout – Luke Garrard
“Bromley picked up a great win in midweek and gave themselves an outside chance of making the play-offs.
“I can imagine that Neil will be rallying his troops to make a last-minute surge for them.
“They have got themselves to Wembley for the FA Trophy final, so in fairness, they have had a superb season and he has done a fantastic job.
“That means that every time you are playing a game as a player, you are playing for your shirt at Wembley.
“I don’t care who you are, as a boy you are dreaming about playing under the arches and I can imagine that they are all relishing playing their cup final in the middle of May.
“We totally envisage a tough test against them, especially on a pitch that they know ever so well.
“We came up with them and I feel that we have both developed off-the-park and on-the-park.”