The Wood are on their travels this Saturday, November 18 (3pm) when they face Macclesfield Town. Here’s our preview……..
Away fans are usually located in the open Silkmen End, which seats up to 1,500 fans.
Entrance to both areas is by ticket only, cash is not accepted at the turnstiles. There are tickets windows on Moss Lane, where fans can buy tickets on the day.
The Wood have no fresh injury concerns going into the fixture.
Angelo Balanta missed the Wood’s match against Hartlepool United as a precaution, but has trained this week and will be in contention to return.
Boreham Wood have stretched their unbeaten run to nine matches in all competitions.
Luke Garrard’s side will feel that they should have come away with more last time out, after a goalless draw against Hartlepool.
Garrard’s side are currently sat in tenth place in the Vanarama National League, but remain just two points outside of the playoffs.
Macclesfield Town have been one of the division’s best sides this campaign, and currently sit in second place.
Managed by 53-year-old John Askey, the Silkmen beat Barrow 2-0 away from home last time out.
From the Dugout – Luke Garrard
“I believe that it is going to be a tough test and they are on a good run, although they lost twice prior to their win against Barrow last Saturday. But, they are on good form and they have got good personnel within their squad.
“They have been very consistent. They done a lot of recruitment in the summer and they have brought in a lot of new bodies, having lost a few.
“I felt that he might, not so much struggle, but have to get to grips with the squad first of all, but they hit the ground running.
“I have watched them in their last three games and they play a style of football which is attractive, they make it expansive and they try and play through the thirds.
“They have Danny Whitaker, who is lovely when he lands on the ball, Elliott Durrell, who can pull something out of the bag and a defence who are quite rock solid.
“For us, it is going to be a tough test, but it is another exercise that I’m relishing. I am looking forward to going there, because on the side line I am probably going to have to jig a few things throughout the game, as I feel that they have got personnel who can cause us problems.
“But, on the flip side, I feel that our performances of late have been good, but we need to marry that up with a result.”