The Wood are back at home this Monday, February 12 (7.45pm) when they face Kings Langley, in the Herts Senior Cup semi-final. Here’s our preview……..
Entrance fees for the game are as follows: Adults £10, OAPs £10, Under 16s £5 and Under 12s £2.
The Wood have no fresh injury concerns going into the fixture.
Wood Manager Luke Garrard stated that he would be rotating his side following the win over Eastleigh.
However, with the squad depth now at his disposal, the 32-year-old asserted that the eleven would be a strong one.
Boreham Wood won convincingly in the previous round of the competition, with a 0-3 win at Hitchin Town.
With the Hertfordshire based side just one match away from a cup final appearance, Luke Garrard and his team will be desperate for the win.
The Wood won last time out, with a clinical 2-0 victory away to Eastleigh. Goals from Morgan Ferrier and Bruno Andrade secured the win.
Managed by Steve Conroy, Kings Langley currently sit 21st in the Southern League Premier Division, on 26 points.
Kings beat Ware FC 3-0 last time out in the competition, thanks to goals from Mathew Ball, Gareth Price and Callum Adebiyi.
From the dugout
“It is going to be tough and I know that there are a couple of old players playing there at the moment.
“Josh Coldicott-Stevens, Elliot Godfrey and Matt Ball I believe, so they will all be coming back to us.
“The blessing is that it is at home, so we know what the pitch is going to be like.
“The blessing is that I have five subs from Saturday, in Shakesy, Harfield, Davey, Ferrier and Folivi, not to mention Sorba Thomas and Shaun Jeffers.
“So, there are seven who will probably feature on Monday. We have got a good squad now, a very good squad and we train as we play.
“Even if one has got to dip in and play 45-60 minutes, we already do it at a tempo in our training sessions.
“We replicate as much as we can on the training field, in a match play scenario.”