11:28AM, Tuesday 10 April 2018
Maidenhead United chairman Peter Griffin has tweeted that no pitch inspection is planned ahead of tonight’s (Tuesday) match against Woking, kick-off 7.45pm.
The York Road pitch is in a good condition, despite the recent rainfall, and Alan Devonshire’s side will be keen to take advantage, having failed to win any of their last six matches.
Woking have struggled of late, and manager Anthony Limbrick paid the price for a nine-game winless streak when he was sacked last week.
Josh Staunton’s second half equaliser saw the Cards hold Dagenham & Redbridge to a 1-1 draw on Saturday, and ended a run of three successive National League defeats. The Daggers had made the perfect start when Dan Sparkes curled home a superb free-kick.
Maidenhead might not have won since their 3-1 success over Eastleigh back in February, but some of their performances have merited more points than they’ve earned. They remain eight points above the relegation zone with six matches left to squeeze in, and one more win should be good enough to confirm their place in the National League again next season.
Woking, who have installed a new interim management team of Geoff Chapple and Jason Goodliffe, are four points worse off than the Magpies and sit four points above 21st placed Barrow.
Weather, and pitch inspections, pending also in action tonight are:
Biggleswade Town v Slough Town
Marlow v Fleet Town
Thatcham Town v Burnham
Windsor v Binfield
Holyport v Chinnor
Fulham v Reading
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