With FC Halifax Town travelling down to West London to play Woking on Saturday we look at both team’s form going into the game.
Neither side were in action last week thanks to the conditions of the ‘Beast from the East’. But Woking did play on Tuesday night when they were beaten by a high-flying Sutton United.
So, it’s been a long time coming for Jamie Fullarton’s second game in charge of Halifax and he’ll be hoping to kick on from the 0-0 draw they had at Eastleigh. The Shaymen have picked up a bit of form since the departure of Billy Heath. The side that play in blue from West Yorkshire have put in some good displays in the 4 games with Neil Young and Fullarton in charge.
A fantastic point against promotion chasing Wrexham, a 2-1 loss at home to Ebbsfleet which many positives were taken from. A 2-0 win against Hartlepool and then the draw against Eastleigh.
The hosts for Saturdays game also drew 0-0 in their game on the 24th of February. Boreham Wood were able to hold onto a point at the Kingfield Stadium.
The Cardinals did play on Saturday though. They were defeated by Sutton United who are in the form to beat anyone in the league, meaning it would have been a difficult game for Anthony Limbrick’s men.
In fact, Woking haven’t won any of their last 4 games. Losing the previous two. 3-2 against Hartlepool and 2-1 against Ebbsfleet.
With Halifax travelling down to Woking, looking at the hosts home form in their last ten games they have struggled to win games. Only winning three of their last ten at home, coincidentally all by 1 goal to nothing.
If FC Halifax Town can avoid conceding first, Jamie Fullarton could be looking at his first win in charge of the club.
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