The Wood are back home this Saturday, November 25 (3pm) when they face Woking. Here’s our preview……..
Entrance fees for the game are as follows: Adults £18, OAPs £13, Under 16s £8 and Under 12s £4.
The match will be segregated and the nearest public car park is stationed in Brook Road and adjacent to stadium.
The Wood have no fresh injury concerns going into the fixture.
Jamie Turley, Bruno Andrade and Mark Ricketts missed the Wood’s match against Maidstone United due to injury and illness.
However, having been rested, Luke Garrard confirmed that they will all be in contention against Woking.
Boreham Wood have stretched their unbeaten run to eleven matches in all competitions.
Despite missing players through injury and illness, Garrard’s side dominantly defeated Maidstone United 4-0 away from home.
Don Holman played arguably his best game in a Boreham Wood shirt, netting a brace against the Stones.
Kane Smith and Blair Turgott also netted goals of their own, as the Wood ran to victory.
The win lifted Garrard’s side up to ninth, just one point outside of the playoffs.
Woking sit directly above Boreham Wood in eighth place, one point ahead of the Wood’s 32-point tally.
Managed by former Boreham Wood youth coach Anthony Limbrick, the Silkmen beat Ebbsfleet 1-0 at home last time out.
Limbrick is one of four at Woking who will be well known to the Wood, with former players Inih Effiong and Chez Isaac both in the side. Former assistant manager Jason Goodliffe, is also now at Woking.
From the Dugout – Luke Garrard
“Woking have got a good, athletic, young squad that like to play, and given an opportunity, they will look to make the pitch big and make it very expansive. They have got quality in wide areas and they have got pace in wide areas.
“On their day, they’re good, they’re very good. They play a certain way, but again, I keep drumming on, it is about what we do. If we play anything like we did on Tuesday, then there is not a match for us in this league.
“I said to the boys, do you fear anyone? And that is not being brash, or flash, but I think when we get it right, we can cause problems against any team. You see that against Blackpool and you see that against Maidstone. On Tuesday, to go away and win 4-0, it is no mean feat.
“Woking will possess threats, but they have got weaknesses and it is for us to exploit what I think those weaknesses are.
“So, if we can get a game plan together and we can implement it as well as I know the boys can do, then I think we can have success on Saturday.”