Date: 4th March 2016 at 11:24pm
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Woking host ninth-placed Dover in the Vanarama National League.

Vital Quotes:

Woking Team News:

Last Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Grimsby in the FA Trophy quarter-final was Woking’s fourth defeat in a row. In mid-week the Cards won 3-1 at Molesey and advanced into the semi-finals of the Surrey Senior cup.

Hopes of the play-offs are all but over for this season, as Woking sit eight points off of Tranmere in fifth. Garry Hill, of course, will still be keen to add as many points as possible from the remaining eleven games.

Shaun Jeffers played 90 minutes in Tuesday’s win having suffered from back spasms in recent weeks so it looks like he’ll be available for selection. Joe Quigley also started, he’d been ill last week. Captain Mark Ricketts wasn’t involved after coming off against Grimsby last Saturday.

Player to watch: John Goddard

John is making the ‘Player to Watch’ section his own. The 22-year-old scored twice in the mid-week win and will want to further add to his 15 league goals against Dover.

Dover Athletic Team News:

Dover have fallen to ninth in recent weeks and were also knocked out at the quarter-final stage of the FA Trophy. However, they are only five points off the play-offs with three games in hand.

Ricky Miller leads the Whites’ scoring charts with 15. Nicky Deverdics and Stefan Payne both have 12. Ex-Card Aswad Thomas is unavailable.

Player to watch: Ricky Miller

Dover’s top-scorer is always a threat, and against Woking’s recently vulnerable defence he will fancy his chances.

Match Facts & Stats

This will be the 30th league fixture between the two sides.

Woking have won 14 of those meetings, with Dover winning 8.

In the reverse fixture this season, Dover won 2-0 in front of the BT Sport cameras.

Next Fixtures:

Woking visit the Silverlake Stadium on Tuesday to take on play-off chasing Eastleigh.