After a month’s stretch of poor performances Halifax were able to revive their form in a 3-2 win away at Thackley on Halloween night.
Halifax now face Woking at home in the Vanarama National League in hopes of climbing up the table.
So let’s see how the stats are looking for both teams.
The Shaymen haven’t won since the end of September when they lost 2-0 away at Ebbsfleet United.
Matt Kosylo and Tom Denton are still the joint top goal-scorers this season, both have contributed more than 50% of the club’s total goals tally so far this season.
Town have seven clean-sheets to their name so far this season. In terms of their record at home, they have only got two clean-sheets at home. So they play better defensively away.
Out of the total 18 games this season, they have four matches that have ended 0-0 – let’s hope we don’t witness the fifth on Saturday.
Matty Brown is the only Shaymen to have played all 18 games so far. The defender has scored three goals in 18 games as well as claimed seven clean-sheets.
Woking’s current streak is currently on three, their last win was at home to Dagenham & Redbridge where the game ended 1-0.
Joe Ward is the club’s top goalscorer so far with six goals in 17 appearances.
The Cardinals have only got one clean-sheet to their away record so far this season. Last time they didn’t concede away was away to Chester in the beginning of October, the game ended 2-0.
20 year-old goalkeeper Nathan Baxter has played every game so far this season. However he only has three clean-sheets to his current season record.
2-1 is the Cardinal’s most occurring score-line, could it be the same on Saturday?
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