Woking v Maidenhead United: How to watch, kick-off time, team news, predicted lineups and ones to watch
Woking face off against Maidenhead United for the second time this season. Credit Phil Fiddes / @philswildphotos on Twitter

Woking take on Maidenhead United at Kingfield on Saturday, with both sides looking to arrest their poor runs of form.

Team News

Woking are boosted by the return of midfielders Rohan Ince and Jack Roles, after they each served a three match suspension. Ian Dyer is waiting on the fitness of defensive pair Louie Annesley and Kyran Lofthouse, with Jermaine Anderson expected to be ruled out of Saturday's fixture.

Maidenhead United have selection problems, with manager Alan Devonshire expected to be without defender Will De Havilland, whose absence has been sorely felt by the Magpies. Elsewhere, goalkeeper Daniel Gyollai was injured in the warm up before Tuesday's 2-0 defeat against Wealdstone, with George Wells and Sam Barratt both out long term.


Predicted Lineups

Woking: Craig Ross, Josh Casey, Tom Champion, Moussa Diarra, David Longe-King, Rohan Ince, Solomon Nwabuokei, Max Kretzschmar, Tyreke Johnson, Nicke Kabamba, Inih Effiong.

Maidenhead United: Harry Palmer, Manny Parry, Shaun Donnellan, Nathan Blissett, Kane Ferdinand, Dan Sparkes, Sam Beckwith, Ryheem Sheckleford, Ryan Upward, Josh Kelly, Alan Massey.

Form Guide

Woking are in dire form, with just two points from their last six games, a return worse than every team apart from struggling Dover Athletic. The Cards have only scored three goals in that time as they struggle to find form.

Maidenhead United have accumulated eight points from their last six games, including an impressive 2-0 win over Boreham Wood in front of the BT cameras. However, their last three games have proved difficult, with just one point and no goals to show for their efforts. 

Ones to Watch

Max Kretzschmar made his first start since January on Tuesday in a 0-0 draw to Kings Lynn, and the energetic attacking midfielder will be hoping to add to his nine goals and seven assists for Woking so far this season. 

Josh Kelly has attracted interest from further up the footballing pyramid, with his twelve goals this season helping Maidenhead United climb out of trouble, including a number of stellar performances against play-off sides.

Previous Meetings

The two sides have met five times since Woking returned to the National League in 2019, with the Cards victorious on two occasions, one draw, and two wins for Maidenhead United, including a 3-2 thriller over the Cards in October at York Road.

Where to Watch

Sadly this game isn't on BT Sport like the reverse fixture, but radio coverage is available via BBC Surrey.