The Wood return home on Saturday, August 28 (3pm) when they face Wrexham A.F.C. Here’s our preview……..
Entrance fees for the game are as follows: Adults £18; OAPS £13, under 16’s £8 and under 12’s £4.
The match will be segregated and the nearest public car park is stationed in Brook Road and adjacent to stadium.
Boreham Wood will be putting on free coaching sessions for children aged 5-to-12-years-old this Bank Holiday Monday.
The coaching sessions will run between 1-2pm prior to Monday’s match at home to Wrexham A.F.C. and all children participating will receive a FREE ticket to the match.
The offer is open to both Boreham Wood and Wrexham supporters, and any child who takes part will get a free ticket to the match (in the end of their chosen side).
The Wood have no fresh injury concerns going into the fixture.
Boreham Wood were without Jamie Turley for the fixture against Wrexham, but the defender is expected to return on Monday.
With two matches in just three days, Luke Garrard could look to rotate his squad for the game against Wrexham.
The Wood are now unbeaten in four matches and sit in third place in the table, their highest ever National League position at this stage of the season.
Garrard’s side drew 2-2 with Tranmere Rovers at the weekend, but were unlucky not to win the fixture, having lead until the 90th minute.
The Wood led the National League table for 22 minutes on Saturday, an incredible feat for little old Boreham Wood; a side who were playing their football in the Isthmian Leagues just 10-years ago.
Meanwhile, Tranmere spent the 2007/08 campaign in League One, the same season in which Wrexham were relegated from the Football League.
Bruno Andrade is now on five goals in as many games and will be looking to extend his scoring run even further on Monday.
Wrexham arrive at Meadow Park in 11th place, following a win at home to Woking on Saturday.
From the Dugout – Luke Garrard
“We can go into the fixture on Monday with a belief and a confidence, but I need the boys to look after themselves now, I have got a group who are very experienced and who understand their bodies.
“But, I need to call upon them again on Monday, because no game at this level is easy, there are 46 tough fixtures at this level, so I will need them to go again.
“The lads will have a nice journey home, and they can enjoy it until we land back at Meadow Park, but then the focus is back to Wrexham on Monday.
“Wrexham have gone and beat Woking today 1-0 and Dean Keates has brought in a lot of experience at this level, I think that they have got real quality.
“I know the way that Dean Keates like to play, he has got good quality in wide areas, but it is for us to play our game.
“If we can go and implement what we know we can do then, and show them what we are about, then I think that we are a match for the majority of sides at this level and we have proven that.”