The Wood are back at home this Tuesday, December 5 (7.45pm) when they face Stevenage, in the Herts Senior Cup. Here’s our preview……..
Entrance fees for the game are as follows: Adults £10, OAPs £5, Under 16s £5 and Under 12s £2.
The Wood have no fresh injury concerns going into the fixture.
Jamie Turley returned for the match against Coventry and will be in contention to start against Stevenage.
Boreham Wood will be playing their first match in the Herts Senior Cup this season, on the back of their FA Cup exit to Coventry.
For large parts of the cup tie, the Wood were the better side, and will feel that the 3-0 scoreline, was harsh.
Despite the loss, the Wood enter the fixture in good form, having lost just once since the 1-0 defeat to Ebbsfleet in September.
Managed by 34-year-old Darren Sarll, Stevenage currently sit 15th in the Football League Two, on 26 points
The Boro won last time out, beating Swindon 5-2 in the FA Cup, thanks to goals from Alex Samuel, Mathew Godden, Tom Pett and a double from Danny Newton.
From the Dugout – Luke Garrard
“Obviously it is a local derby, and we have played them before when we went up to their place and we were successful.
“I can imagine that it is going to be a tight affair between both of us. I don’t know where he see’s his plans for the game tomorrow, but we want to try and continue the momentum of winning.
“So, we are going to set up with a team that boasts many first teamers and some very talented youngsters that we have within the academy.”