Eastleigh must win to stand any chance of reaching the play-offs on the final day of the season.
Woking Team News:
After losing in the 95th minute at Eastleigh last month, Woking will hope to serve up some revenge by denying the Spitfires of a play-off place.
A win for the Cards could see them move up as high as 12th if Lincoln lose at champions Cheltenham and Bromley only draw at home to Aldershot.
A reminder that kick-off is at the later time of 5:30pm.
Player to watch: John Goddard
It is likely to be Goddard’s last game for Woking as he is expected to sign for a Football League club in the summer. The tricky winger has been a joy to watch this season and over his time with the Cards.
Eastleigh Team News:
Eastleigh sit seventh, level on the points with Tranmere in sixth while two points off Braintree, who occupy the final play-off place.
If Eastleigh are to make the play-offs, they will need Braintree to lose at home to Altrincham, who are in grave danger of being relegated, while also needing Tranmere failing to win. The Spitfires themselves would need to beat Woking by at least two goals.
Heavily bankrolled, their squad includes many familiar names, including ex-Woking midfielder Josh Payne and former loanee Yemi Odubade.
Jai Reason, Andy Drury, Jack Midson, Lee Cook, James Constable (injured), Kaid Mohamed and sought-after striker Matt Tubbs are just some of the talented players manager Chris Todd has in his squad.
Player to watch: Andy Drury
The experienced midfielder has scored eight goals this season and will need to be at his best if Eastleigh are to do the impossible.
Match Facts & Stats
Woking and Eastleigh both have two league wins over each other, along with five draws.
Last season, both games finished all square, 2-2 and 1-1 respectively.