Weymouth v Boreham Wood
Tuesday 9th February 2021, 7.45pm
The Bob Lucas Stadium, Vanarama National League
On Tuesday, Boreham Wood travel to The Bob Lucas Stadium where we match up against Weymouth in the Vanarama National League.
Weymouth impressively beat Bromley 2-1 at home on Saturday in their last fixture thanks to a brace in the opening 10 minutes from Cambridge United loanee Andrew Dallas.
Wood also took all three points on offer this weekend against an inform Maidenhead United side at York Road, when fans favourite Tyrone Marsh scored the only goal of the match on his second debut for the Club, which pushed Wood into the play off places for the first time all season.
THE FORM GUIDE
Previous six games (in all competitions): –
Maidenhead United (A) | VNL | 0 -1 W
Weymouth (H) | VNL | 1-0 W
Eastleigh (H) | VNL | 1-2 L
Chesterfield (H) | VNL | 0-0 D
Stockport County (A) | VNL | 1-1 D
Torquay United (H) | FAT | 0-4 L
Tyrone Marsh re-signed for Wood on an 18-month contract in midweek and scored on his second debut on Saturday in a 1-0 victory at York Road against play off contenders Maidenhead United.
In the opening minute of the match, Zaine Francis-Angol struck the woodwork with a header after he found himself on the end of an inviting cross from Kane Smith. After 11 minutes played, Wood should have taken the lead when Junior Morias advanced on a loose ball, but his shot cannoned over the bar.
Wood came out the blocks flying in the second half and in the 51st minute, Junior Morias won the ball and played into the path of Francis-Angol who delivered an excellent cross to find Tyrone Marsh at the back post who knocked in his debut goal.
Wood defended well in the latter stages of the game and saw the game out comfortably, Krystian Pearce commanded the back line all game and was applauded by Gaffer Luke Garrard in his post-match interview.
Previous six games (in all competitions): –
Bromley (H) |VNL | 2-1 W
Boreham Wood (A) | VNL | 1-0 L
Notts County (H) | VNL | 0-1 L
Aldershot Town (A) | VNL | 0-2 W
Hartlepool United (H) | VNL | 1-0 W
Darlington (H) | FAT | 1-0 L
The Terras come into this fixture off the back of a 2-1 home win against Bromley in the Vanarama National League on Saturday after.
Weymouth went two goals up early on thanks to a brace from Andrew Dallas and despite the Ravens pulling one back in the 32nd minute through Joe Kizzi, the hosts defended well to ensure all they took all three points.
Jordan N’Galo will miss Tuesday’s game after he received two yellow cards in the game against Bromley on Saturday.
PLAYERS TO WATCH
Camp came through the youth academy with AFC Bournemouth and signed his first professional contract in 2019. During the 2018/19 campaign, Camp captained the Cherries to the FA Youth Cup quarter final.
The young defender has spent time on loan with Portland United, Poole Town and Dorchester Town. Camp spent time on loan with the Terras last season in the National League South and featured 17 times in their play off winning season.
He re-joined the Terras at the start of this season after impressing during last season’s promotion campaign.
Camp is yet to make a senior appearance for the Cherries but has featured 15 times for Weymouth this season and will be hoping to continue his run of games for the remainder of the season.
Sean Shields spent eight years in the youth academy with Tottenham Hotspur before joining Potters Bar Town in 2008.
In 2010, Shields signed for Conference South outfit St Albans City where he went on to make 71 appearances, scoring 21 goals.
Shields’ impressive form in non-league attracted attention from a host of Football League clubs and he eventually signed for Dagenham & Redbridge in League Two.
After spending two years with the Daggers, Shields joined National League South’s Ebbsfleet United where he went on to spend five years and made over 110 appearances for the Fleet.
During his time at Stonebridge Road, Shields spent time out on loan with several clubs including Chelmsford City, Margate and Maidstone United, before joining us at Meadow Park in 2019.
During his time at Boreham Wood, Shields make 10 appearances and scored one goal. Shields spent last season on loan with Notts County in the National League and helped them reach the play off final.
It was agreed that Shields would part ways with Fleet at the end of the 2019/20 campaign which consequently saw a permanent deal with newly promoted Weymouth.
Andrew Dallas spent time in the youth set up with Rangers and signed his first professional contract in 2016 at just 16 years old.
Dallas spent time on loan with Stenhousemuir and scored three goals in six appearances during his time with Stenny.
In 2019 Dallas signed for Cambridge in League Two and has featured 23 times since joining.
Towards the end of January, Dallas joined the Terras on a one month loan deal and scored a brace in Saturday’s home victory against Bromley.
LAST TIME WE MET
Boreham Wood 1-0 Weymouth
Tuesday 2nd February 2021
Meadow Park, Vanarama National League
It was a lively start to the game, and it was the visitors who edged proceedings with Josh McQuoid causing the Wood back line some problems.
The 66th minute saw the introduction of Matt Rhead which was the changing point in the game as he linked up well with Wood’s top scorer Kabongo Tshimanga.
In the 72nd minute of the match, Keiran Murtagh expertly found Tshimanga with an excellent pass, the forward did well to hold off two Terras defenders and found the back of the net with a blistering strike coming off the underside of the bar to give Wood a 1-goal lead.
Wood had several chances to extend the lead in the second half, but the Terras defence remained strong and the game finished 1-0.
STAY HOME, STAY SAFE
Unfortunately, no fans will be allowed to attend this fixture, however, you can watch the game live by purchasing the live stream provided by Weymouth for £9.99
Alternatively, you can keep up with the action via our Twitter and Instagram pages, where there will be regular updates throughout the course of the match.
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Match Preview written by Joe Karadzas (Press Assistant)