11:59pm, Fri 24th Sep 2010
Bishop's Cleeve v Woking
FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round
3pm on Saturday 25th September 2010
The Cards start their FA Cup campaign away to Gloucester side Bishop's Cleeve tomorrow, with Graham Bakers side looking to avoid a Cup slip-up.
With Ricky Anane likely to be out with an injury it could see Moses Ademola move back to the right of midfield, and Andy Forbes could be his replacement upfront alongside either Dave Gilroy or Craig Faulconbridge.
Jerome Maledon and Francis Quarm have built up a good partnership in the centre of midfield over the last few games, and the pair will be looking to continue that against The Villagers.
Last season Kent team Hythe Town took Woking to a replay at the same stage, with Ola Sogbanmu coming off the bench to secure the victory on his debut, and the young striker could be looking for a place on the seven-man bench again tomorrow.
Aswad Thomas is likely to return to the left back position following his recent suspension and loan player Chris Bush's departure.
The Villagers play in the Zamaretto League Division South & West, and defeated Newport IOW 3-0 in the previous round.
Last season they reached the 3rd Qualifying Round, losing 4-1 to Blue Square South play-off winners Bath City.
Julian Alsop is their main threat in the striking department, the 37 year old forward played over 200 times for nearby league side Cheltenham Town.
Exit north at junction 15 of the M4 onto the A419, after 15 miles keep straight onto A417, then after 10 miles turn left and then right onto the A435. Keep on the A435 and then turn left onto A40 / London Road, keep straight onto A345 and then A46 / High Street. Turn right onto St James Street, straight on Albion Street, and turn right onto St John's Avenue. Turn right onto A46 / Portland Street, keep straight on A345 / Evesham Road. After 1 mile take 2nd exit at roundabout. Turn right onto Southam Lane, then left onto Kayte Lane, and the ground is on your left.
Nearest station: Cheltenham Spa
From Woking take the train to Basingstoke, then take the train to Reading, and then to Cheltenham Spa.
The 11:35 will get to Cheltenham at 14:22, there are some alternative routes which will arrive earlier, check www.thetrainline.com
For the return journey, leaving at 6pm requires using a bus between between Reading & Basingstoke, but to get to Reading you have to go to Swindon first.
Alternatively you can leave at 7pm, take the train to Reading, then to Guildford, and finally to Woking.
Cheltenham Spa is 4 miles from Bishops Cleeve, so a taxi will be required.
If a replay is required it will be on Monday 27th September
at Kingfield, kicking off at 7:45pm.