Boreham Wood v Woking: How to watch, kick-off time, team news, predicted lineups and ones to watch
Woking appointed Darren Sarll on Tuesday and he'll look to get off to a good start at Meadow Park. Credit David Holmes/@davidholmes54 on Twitter.

Boreham Wood look to revitalise their promotion chances in front of the cameras as they entertain Woking this Saturday evening.

Wood chairman Danny Hunter has set Luke Garrard's side a target of at least four points from their next two games, in order to keep their top 7 hopes in tact. 

Team News

Boreham Wood haven't played a league game since the 22nd March, and they have few injury concerns going into this game. One player who definitely won't be in the squad for the Wood is Nathan Ashmore, with the imposing 'keeper currently on loan at Maidenhead, continuing his return from a long term injury suffered in autumn. However, Taye Ashby-Hammond has been impressive for Luke Garrard's men since being brought in on loan from Fulham to replace Ashmore.

Meanwhile, Darren Sarll has a variety of players to choose from for his first Woking matchday squad, with Kyran Lofthouse close to recovering from injury. However, Moussa Diarra is a doubt after coming off last Saturday with a hamstring injury.

Predicted Lineups:

Boreham Wood: Taye Ashby-Hammond, Will Evans, David Stephens, Jamal Fyfield, Dennon Lewis, Gus Mafuta, Frankie Raymond, Josh Rees, Jacob Mendy Mendy, Danilo Orsi, Tyrone Marsh.

Woking: Craig Ross, Josh Casey, Tom Champion, Louie Annesley, David Longe-King, Rohan Ince, Solomon Nwabuokei, Max Kretzschmar, Tyreke Johnson, Jamar Loza, Inih Effiong.

Form Guide

Boreham Wood are desperate to get back on track following their poor run of form after their FA Cup fifth round match vs Everton. Since that game at Goodison Park, the Wood are winless in five, picking up just two points, with their last win coming at the end of February when they defeated Eastleigh 1-0.

Meanwhile, Woking were revitalised under caretaker manager Ian Dyer, picking up ten points from his six games in charge, which included four consecutive clean sheets and three consecutive wins to almost certainly secure mid table safety for the Cards. Dyer, now back as assistant to Sarll, will be hoping that his positive effect on the squad can continue and that the Cards can end the season strongly.

Ones to Watch

Josh Rees is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders in the division. The former Aldershot and Bromley man put pen to paper on a two year contract in the summer, and he's repaying Boreham Wood well, with eight goals in thirty one league games a solid return.

Max Kretzschmar scored his tenth of the season against Weymouth, and the tireless attacking midfielder will be looking to add to that against a strong Wood defence, as Woking look to get Darren Sarll's reign off to a positive start.

Where to Watch

This match is live on both BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate, coverage begins at 17:00. Kick off is at 17:20.