10:37pm, Fri 8th Oct 2010
Brentwood Town vs Woking
FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round
3pm on Saturday 9th October 2010
The Cards travel to Essex tomorrow to take on Ryman Division One North side Brentwood Town in the FA Cup.
Woking will be hoping to bounce back from a disappointing result against Braintree Town last Saturday, and progress in the cup with Â£7,500 and a place in the next round alongside BSBP teams at stake.
There could be a return to the starting line-up for Moses Ademola, Dave Gilroy, and Aswad Thomas who were all left out last time out. Ademola will be looking to start on the right wing following news of Kyle Vassell's return to Brentford after his short loan spell.
Last week's Man of the Match, Andy Little, is likely to start in goal once again after impressing against Braintree.
The Blues are currently 11th in their league, winning half of their games, most recently against Waltham on Tuesday where Petrit Elbi, Dee Okojie, and Anthony Ryan all scored for the home side in a 3-1 victory.
This is only the 2nd time in Brentwood's history that they've got to the 3rd Qualifying Round of the FA Cup, the first time was in 2007 when Staines defeated them 3-0, and then went on to knockout Woking in the next round.
The Brentwood Centre
Exit J28 of the M25, taking the A1023 exit towards Brentwood. After 2 miles take a left onto Weald Road, followed immediately by a right onto Western Road. At the end turn left onto Ongar Road then the next right onto Doddinghurst Road. After half a mile The Brentwood Centre will be on your right.
Nearest station: Brentwood
From Woking take the train to Waterloo, then the tube to Stratford, and then the train to Brentwood.
Journey time is just under 2 hours.
Brentwood Railway Station is just under 2 miles away from the ground.
Come on, you Cards!