The Cards look to stop the rot against Eastleigh.
Eastleigh Team News:
Eastleigh ended their ten game run without a win beating leaders Cheltenham, and in turn ended their unbeaten 22-game streak. They were soon brought back down to earth on Saturday after losing 2-0 at Braintree. The Spitfires poor form since the turn of the year means they’re 7 points off the play-offs, sitting one place above Woking in 10th with two games in hand.
Heavily bankrolled, their squad includes many familiar names, including ex-Woking midfielder Josh Payne and former loanee Yemi Odubade.
Jai Reason, Andy Drury (picked up an injury against Braintree), Jack Midson, Lee Cook, James Constable, 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: James Constable
The experienced striker scored 106 goals for Oxford United before signing for the Spitfires in 2014. The 31-year-old is Eastleigh’s top scorer this season with 17 goals.
Woking Team News:
Woking lost their fourth consecutive league game on Saturday 1-0 at home to Dover. Positives can be taken from an improved second-half, but Garry Hill will want a more complete performance this evening with more potency up front.
Bruno Andrade was unavailable on Saturday because of an injury, and it is unknown as to whether he will be available for selection.
Player to watch: Jake Cole
Saturday’s MOTM could potentially be in for another busy night against Eastleigh’s star-studded frontline.
Match Facts & Stats
Woking have only ever lost to Eastleigh once in league fixtures, winning two and drawing five.
Last season, both games finished all square, 2-2 and 1-1 respectively.
Woking visit the World of Smile Stadium on Saturday to take on leaders Cheltenham.