Woking FC travel to North Ferriby United for a crucial bottom-of-the-table clash. Woking are currently in 19th place, two points clear of the relegation zone. Haran Naresh reports.
Worst defensive record
The Cardinals have won three of their last six games in all competitions and have lost their last two away games. On 28th February Woking beat Dover Athletic 1-0 at Kingfield Stadium where Max Kretzchmar was their match-winner. The away side have the second worst defensive record in the league conceding a total of 64 goals.
Woking will be without their captain Kieran Murtagh who will be serving the second game of a two-match suspension he received for accumulating 10 yellow cards for the season.
North Ferriby United are in 23rd place in the National League and seven points adrift of safety. The home side have lost four of their last five matches although they were victorious in their most recent fixture, securing a 2-1 away win against Guiseley.
They have lost five consecutive home games, conceding 10 goals while they have only scored one in the process. North Ferriby United have scored the fewest goals in the league with a paltry 21 goals.
Last season North Ferriby United achieved promotion from National League North through the play-offs.
The home side have recently suffered injuries to Steve Brogan, Simon Russell and Ryan Fallowfield.