Trying for the second time this year, weather permitting, ‘Boro visit underachievers Boreham Wood on Monday in a re-arranged fixture. (Skrill South League Fixture – Kick off 7.45pm)

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‘Boro Camp

On their travels so far this season, ‘Boro have only won once; drawn twice and lost eight, so will be looking to start an unbeaten run to see them climb the table.

‘Boro lie two points above the Skrill South relegation zone in 17th place and will be desperate for three points to prevent being dragged into an end of season relegation dogfight. Three points for ‘Boro could see them leapfrog opponents Boreham Wood, and lift them one place to 16th.

Reading loanee Jack Jeffrey returns to the squad and will be available for selection after he was ineligible for ‘Boro’s Hampshire Senior Cup defeat at Havant & Waterlooville last Monday.

Opposition Camp

The Wood’s home form has let them down so far this season, of their 12 home League games, Boreham Wood have won twice; drawn 5 and lost 5. Boreham Wood’s two wins came against two teams that currently make up two of the bottom three, in Gosport Borough & Dorchester Town.

Boreham Wood bolstered their squad late last week, with the Loan signings of Junior Morias and Lee Angol from Wycombe Wanderers on an initial one month loan. Both Junior and Lee have been registered with the Conference and are available for Monday’s visit of Farnborough.

On 25 points, Boreham Wood lie 3 points away from the relegation zone in 16th place and one place above Monday’s opponents Farnborough.

Ahead of tomorrow’s game, The Wood boss Ian Allinson told Boreham Wood TV: “I just think it’s going to be a very tough game, as we know in this league you get nothing easy, no points are given to you, so we’ve got to approach it right. We’ve got to make sure we’ve got no injuries from today’s game [vs Dover Athletic last Sat] and we’ve got to go into the game being positive. Hopefully we can pick up the three points and take it forwards from there.  

Midfielder Graeme Montgomery told Boreham Wood TV: “There are a lot of good teams in this league, Farnborough obviously we owe one from [the game at] their place. So the way we’re playing at the moment, I hope if we stick together; we’ll have no doubt of winning the game.

One to watch: Anthony Jeffrey – 5 goals

Last time the two sides met, was back in September, when former Boro midfielder Scott Donnelly bagged a brace in a 2-0 win, including a stunning free-kick from 30 yards out.

Important Info

Stadium Address: Meadow Park, Broughinge Road, Boreham Wood, Herts, WD6 5AL.

Kick off at Meadow Park is at 7.45pm and Admission Prices are:

  • Adult – £12
  • OAP’s – £6
  • Children (Under 12-16) – £6
  • Match Day Programme – £2

Directions

By Car – A1 towards London from M25, first turn off for Boreham Wood, head for town centre, into Brook Road at roundabout before town centre, Broughinge Road is first right. One mile from Elstree and Boreham Wood station.

By Train – You can catch the train out of ‘St Pancras International’ to ‘Elstree and Borehamwood’. When you come out of the train station, turn right and walk down Borehamwood High Street until you come to McDonalds on your left. Turn left into Brook Road.

FaST Supporters Coach will not run as the demand for seats is too low.

Skrill South Fixtures – Monday 27th January 2014 (All kick off at 7.45pm)

Boreham Wood vs Farnborough

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