WOKING v ALFRETON TOWN PREVIEW
Saturday Jan 31, 2015
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31st, 3pm
Alfreton Town are back in Vanarama Conference action on Saturday when they travel to Surrey to take on tenth-placed Woking FC.
It is a third successive away game for the Reds who have picked up four points from their last two trips away from Derbyshire.
Alfreton manager Nicky Law has plenty of options at his disposal in all areas of the pitch as he looks for his side to further close the gap on the sides just above them and keep their survival hopes alive.
Midfield player Dan Bradley should be available for selection again after missing the last two outings with a minor thigh strain and the only player definitely out is long-term injury victim Duane Courtney.
Woking won 3-1 at the Impact Arena on the first day of the season way back on August 9th and will be keen to return to form after not winning any of their last eight league games.
The Cards' game against the Reds is a first in a fortnight for both clubs with Woking emerging with a point from a goalless home draw against Bristol Rovers whilst Alfreton won 3-2 at Welling United.
Kick-off at the Kingfield Stadium is 3pm.
Fixtures for Saturday, January 31st
Altrincham v Aldershot Town, postponed
Braintree Town v Macclesfield Town
Dartford v Bristol Rovers
FC Halifax Town v Barnet
Forest Green Rovers v Nuneaton Town
Grimsby Town v AFC Telford United
Kidderminster Harriers v Eastleigh
Lincoln City v Dover Athletic
Southport v Gateshead
Welling United v Chester
Woking v ALFRETON TOWN
Wrexham v Torquay United