Wood travel to face Woking this Bank Holiday Monday. This tie comes just two days after both sides picked up narrow wins on Boxing Day. The Cards visited Aldershot Town and came away with maximum points with the only goal of the game coming from midfielder John Goddard, his twelfth of the season.
Woking have a solid record against the Wood. The two sides have met 9 times in the last decade and Wood have failed to win any of those encounters. This will be the third time the two sides have faced each other this season. A commendable 1-1 draw at Meadow Park back in August signalled the first points that Garry Hill’s sides dropped this campaign. Then just over a fortnight ago it was Woking who were again celebrating victory, this time with a narrow 2-1 win the the F A Trophy at Meadow Park.
Our last visit to Kingfield was in the F A Cup 4th Qualifying Round last season, which resulted in another 1-2 defeat for the Wood.
The one player that Luke Garrard will be keen to shackle is Guiseppe Sole, the scorer of the winner at Meadow Park earlier this month, before his double signalled Wood’s exit from the F A Cup last season.
Woking are currently 9th in the table, just a point outside the play off places. They have won in 5 of their last 6 outings.
Woking v Boreham Wood.
Monday December 28th, kick off 3pm.
The Laithwaite Community Stadium,