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Posted by Kelly Gilchrist
Posted on Mon 24 Apr 2023
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FC Halifax Town will make the trip to Woking on Tuesday for the final away match of the Vanarama National League, 7.45pm kick-off

The Shaymen sit 13th in the table and will be looking for a fifth league victory on the road having beaten Scunthorpe, Solihull, Oldham and York so far this season.

Town have since the 28th March picked up four wins and two draws in the last six games in the league, booked a place in the final of the Isuzu FA Trophy and scored 13 conceding just three goals in league and cup competition. It puts Town 6th in the form table over the last 10 games which has seen just one defeat at Chesterfield in those games.

Woking are fourth and victory over the Shaymen would put them into pole position to grab the third place finish and avoid a play-off eliminator match.

They are two points below Chesterfield and they will face a trip to Solihull at the weekend, whilst the Spireites face bottom side Maidstone United at home.

Woking have picked up 14 points from the last 24 on offer and have lost just once in 6 games which has a 3-0 defeat at Notts County in their last away game. They beat Gateshead 2-1 at the weekend.

Their top scorers are Padraig Amond and Rhys Browne both have 12 goals for Woking this season but neither were on the scoresheet when the sides met at the Shay back on the 1st October. James Daly, a Kian Spence own goal and two from Reece Grego-Cox gave Woking a 4-0 victory.

Match Officials: 

Referee: Alan Dale

Assistants: James Hurst / Steven Scott

Fourth Official: Fadi Mansour

Other Games

Boreham Wood vs Gateshead

Wealdstone vs Solihull Moors

Woking vs FC Halifax Town

Next Game: 

FC Halifax Town vs Eastleigh – Saturday 29th April, 5.30pm kick-off

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