3:25pm, Tue 30th Jan 2024
Woking vs Boreham Wood
Vanarama National League
Saturday 3rd February 2024
Woking will look to back up last Saturday’s victory at Oldham Athletic with a much needed home win against Boreham Wood.
Michael Doyle registered his first win as boss at Boundary Park, with four of his five signings since joining making the starting lineup, including Max Dyche, who was announced just before the game and put in a top performance.
However, with injuries to Jim Kellermann and Rhys Browne, Doyle will hope that the likes of Ricky Korboa and Jermaine Anderson will be in contention to start against the Wood.
Since the last time the sides met, Luke Garrard’s Boreham Wood appeared to make inroads towards climbing up the table. However, a crushing defeat at home to Dorking Wanderers, coupled with a red card for familiar foe Tyrone Marsh, who will miss Saturday’s fixture, has dragged them back into the relegation fight.
Key players for the Wood include Matt Robinson, on loan from the Cards and unable to play on Saturday, as well as former Woking loanee Billy Sass-Davies, who extended his spell on loan from Crewe Alexandra until the end of the season this week.
Across the last six games, Boreham Wood have won one and lost one, with four draws, including a thrilling 4-4 draw at home to Eastleigh. They currently sit 16th with 34 points from 30 games, just four points above the Cards, who also have a game in hand.
Last Time Out
Despite a penalty from Reece Grego-Cox and a superb goal from Rhys Browne, Woking were defeated 4-2 at Meadow Park back in November thanks to two goals from Tyrone Marsh and a goal apiece from Angelo Balanta and Tom Whelan.
Last season, there was a 1-0 win for the Cards at Meadow Park in November 2022 thanks to Grego-Cox, whilst in February 2023, two goals from Josh Rees were cancelled out by two from Rhys Browne in a 2-2 draw.
Around the Ground
Ticket pricing and other details are available here
Please note, the Cardinals Bar must be vacated by 19:00pm due to an evening venue booking.