Woking have just three absentees, with Kyran Lofthouse and Jermaine Anderson out long-term, whilst Louie Annesley is on international duty with Gibraltar. Ian Dyer has a variety of players to choose from, and could include the likes of Jack Roles, with the former Spurs midfielder missing out on the squad entirely at the Hive on Saturday.
Woking: Craig Ross, Josh Casey, Tom Champion, Moussa Diarra, David Longe-King, Rohan Ince, Solomon Nwabuokei, Max Kretzschmar, Tyreke Johnson, Jamar Loza, Inih Effiong.
Weymouth: Ross Fitzsimons, Tyler Cordner, Omar Mussa, Josh McQuoid, Bradley Ash, Haji Mnoga, Aaron Drewe, Cameron Murray, Ollie Harfield, Ahkeem Rose, Sean Shields.
Woking have experienced an upturn in fortunes since Ian Dyer took charge on an interim basis, with seven points from their last three games seemingly securing their safety in the division for next season. They haven't conceded a single goal in those three games either. The Cards have picked up eight points from their last six games.
Weymouth have seen their hopes of survival diminish, with four straight defeats leaving them seemingly doomed in the final relegation place. Their last win came at home to Eastleigh six matches ago, with just four points coming from their last six games.
Ones to Watch:
Woking's star man this season has been Max Kretzschmar. However, in a game which looks set to be decided in the midfield battle, Rohan Ince is crucial for the Cards. The former Brighton defensive midfielder has been a consistent performer to the Cards, and netted in the reverse fixture at the Bob Lucas Stadium.
Weymouth's star man in midfield is Omar Mussa. The 21-year-old Belgian box-to-box midfielder has received praise across the division for his efforts in a struggling side, including excellent set piece delivery, and is consistently talked about in pre match interviews by opposing managers.
These two sides met on a chilly night at the Bob Lucas Stadium in late November, with Woking narrow 3-2 victors thanks to a brace from Tahvon Campbell. However, the last time these two met at Kingfield was a six goal thriller in May 2021, with the Terras coming out on top thanks to a brace from Andrew Dallas. Since Weymouth were promoted back to the National League in 2020, the sides have met three times, with Woking winning twice and Weymouth winning once.
Where to Watch
This match will not be televised, but radio coverage will be available courtesy of BBC Radio Surrey and on the BBC Sport website.