Following the midweek goalless draw against Wrexham, FC Halifax Town are now preparing for the long trip south to Boreham Wood this weekend. Here, we look at some statistics about the two sides.
- Both the Shaymen and Boreham Wood look relatively even according to form. The home side sit one place below Town in the league, having won six, drawn 3 and lost 5.
- The Wood have the same record as Town over the last five outings, having won twice, drawn once and lost on two occasions.
- Boreham Wood have scored 22 goals so far, this season, which is seven strikes better off compared to Town’s fifteen.
- The home side have won three of their last five home fixtures, whereas the Shaymen go into the game off the back of two away defeats in a row.
- So far, The Wood’s highest ‘goals for’ tally is four, after beating league strugglers Torquay United and Solihull Moors 4-2 and 4-1 respectively.
- Boreham Wood’s current top scorer for the season is Bruno Andrade, who has notched seven in his thirteen appearances so far. For Town, both Tom Denton and Matty Kosylo have scored five goals each.
- The highest attendance seen at Meadow Park this season is currently 1,920 vs Leyton Orient. On the other hand, the lowest is 319 vs Solihull Moors back in August.
- There are just two players for the home side that have completed 90 minutes in every game so far: Grant Smith and Tom Champion.
- For the Shaymen, Tom Denton, Matty Brown and Sam Johnson have all achieved this stat so far.
- And finally, Town go into the game having not managed to score in their last two outings. On the flip side, the last time that the Wood did not manage to score was six games ago, when they lost 1-0 to Ebbsfleet United.
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