It’s back to Mill Farm this afternoon, after newly promoted Woking visit in good form, after three wins from four.

Have a read of today’s match preview, and find out a bit more about today’s opponents.

The Opposition

Name: Woking

Nickname: The Cardinals / The Cards

Ground: Kingfield Stadium

League Position Last Year: 2nd in NLS (Promoted via Playoffs)

It’s been phenomenal start for Woking, perhaps beyond even their highest of expectations for their opening four games.

Despite a loss to local rivals Aldershot, the Cards have won three of their four games in the league, and are one of the early pacesetters.

Captained by full-back Josh Casey, the Cards defence has remained largely similar in terms of personnel to their 2018/19 promotion winning season.

Recruitment has seen them bring in plenty of old faces, with Tarpey, Diarra and Edser all returning to Kingfield.

Woking are a big, physical side, and will look to exploit chances from set-pieces – with the likes of Gerring and Cook joining from defence to add to their threat.

One To Watch

Dave Tarpey

An experienced non-league striker, Tarpey made his name with a fantastic goal return at Maidenhead United, scoring 87 goals in 124 games for The Magpies.

This included a rampant display at Mill Farm in August 2017, where he netted four goals in a dominant 4-1 win for the visitors.

He was off the mark in midweek, scoring an impressive second half free-kick to secure Woking’s away win at Chesterfield.


Fylde have met The Cards on two occasions, in the 2017/18 season, with Woking having the upper hand on both occasions.


27 Jan 18: Woking 1-0 AFC Fylde

23 Sep 17: AFC Fylde 1-2 Woking

Games To Keep An Eye On

On its 40th anniversary there’s another full list of National League fixtures.

Here are some the games we’ll be keeping an eye on:

– Barnet v Chesterfield

– Solihull Moors v Ebbsfleet United

– Chesterfield v Woking

– Stockport County v Eastleigh

You can view all fixtures at


You can follow the game via Coasters Live, the first official club commentary service.

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