7:58pm, Mon 22nd Aug 2011
Eastleigh vs Woking
Blue Square Bet South
7.45pm on Tuesday 23rd August 2011
Woking travel to the Silverlake Stadium on Tuesday evening looking to avenge their heavy defeat from last season. As Cards' fans won't need reminding, they were 2-0 down after 4 minutes and went on to lose 4-1, so will be keen to start strongly and not concede from set pieces, where Eastleigh are strong, with the likes of Jamie Slabber and Tom Jordan in their ranks.
Even if Adam Doyle is back in the country after missing Saturday's match against Boreham Wood due to work commitments abroad, Garry Hill is unlikely to replace loan-signing Mike Cestor after such a promising debut.
Although the Cards looked a little leggy against a spirited and determined Boreham Wood side on Saturday, the team is still unbeaten, and it would therefore be surprising if there are any changes made to the eleven who started that game. That said, Garry Hill has plenty of options available to him if he wants to freshen things up, with the likes of Jay Davies, Wayne Gray and Paris Cowan-Hall all no doubt keen to make their mark and force their way into the manager's reckoning.
Eastleigh have lost most of last season's squad following the decision to switch to full-time in the Summer, including the likes of Tony Taggart to Sutton United and Ian Herring to Basingstoke Town.
They've not got off to the best of starts, losing 2-0 at home to Basingstoke Town on the opening day, 2-1 away to Truro City, and 4-0 away to Tonbridge Angels on Saturday.
(Do not use this postcode with a SatNav, as it will take you to the Trojans Rugby Club instead)
The Cards Trust coach leaves Kingfield at 5pm. Prices are Â£13 for members and Â£18 for non-members. If you're coming to Kingfield by car, please park in the rear car park since the front car park will be being used by Hayes & Yeading. To book your place on the coach please ring or email the Club Shop on 01483 772470 or email@example.com
Take the M3 to J13. Turn right into Leigh Road. Go on till the crossroads and turn right at lights into Passfield Avenue. Go past Fleming Park Sports Centre on right. At the roundabout take second exit; at the next take the first exit; go past Concorde Club. Take the first turning right into Stoneham Lane and the ground is 100 yards on left-hand side. There are 500 â€œfree parking" spaces at the ground.
The ground is a 20 minute walk from Southampton Airport Parkway station, and there are direct trains from Woking with travelling times varying between 40-60 minutes.
Senior Citizens: Â£7.50*
*Proof of date of birth required for Senior Citizens/u16s or copy of NUS card required for Students.
Come on, you Cards!
If you can't make it to Eastleigh tomorrow night, why not come down to Kingfield and watch Hayes & Yeading vs Bath City? Admission prices are Â£12 for Adults, Â£8 for Concessions, and Â£2 for u16s, with Woking season ticket holders getting in for half-price.