AFC Fylde vs Woking

Saturday 23rd September, 2017, k/o 3pm

Mill Farm

Vanarama National League

Football returns to Mill Farm this weekend and Dave Challinor and his troops will be keen to end their winless run with victory over Woking.

The Coasters have draw two and lost two of the last four games since recording their second win of the season against Barrow on Bank Holiday Monday.

Fylde earned a credible 2-2 draw at Eastleigh at the weekend despite twice trailing in the game. Former Sheffield Wednesday star Reda Johnson opened the scoring before Henry Jones equalised with his forth goal of the season. Ex-Premier League ace Gary McSheffrey restored the host’s lead after the break.

Jordan Tunnicliffe levelled the scores at the Silverlake Stadium as Fylde drew their sixth game of the season. Whilst 20th in the table, the Coasters remain the same number of points from top of the league as the bottom. 

Woking arrive at Mill Farm in fine form having won four of their previous five league outings.

The Cards are the only side in the National League yet to draw a game this season, with six victories and five defeats from their 11 games.

Last time out they secured a 2-0 win over Sutton United and currently sit 10th in the table, just two points behind league leaders Aldershot Town. 

Two goals from Charlton loanee Regan Charles-Cook helped Woking to solid home victory and their first clean sheet of the season.

Managed by Anthony Limbrick, Woking’s top scorer is Joe Ward with four goals to his name.

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Team news:
Coasters: Midfielder James Hardy has had a precautionary scan on a back problem this week and awaits results. Sam Finley has had a flair up of his illness and is midway through a two-week course of antibiotics. He is hoping to return to training on Monday. Captain Josh Langley underwent surgery for a ruptured ACL this week and is still expected to miss six months of action.

Woking: Full back Louis Ramsay picked up an ankle injury against Sutton that could see him ruled out for a number of weeks, alongside Joey Jones and Richard Orlu.

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Seated: Adults: £16 non-member / £13 member
Juniors: £9 non-member / £8 member

Standing: Adults: £13 non-member / £11 member
Juniors: £5 non-member / FREE member

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