Ryman Division One (North) league leaders could go nine points clear with a victory at 20th placed Witham Town on Saturday. With none of the other top ten in league action The Wands can capitalise on their early exit from the FA Trophy. Onome Sodje who started the season with Premier Division Billericay Town and Arhan Tajbakhsh who has spent time with Enfield Town and Hendon this season have been in the South London side's starting XI recently.
Vanrama National League side FC Halifax Town have had a very leaky defence of late letting in twenty-two goals in their last six league games. These have included 7-1 and 7-0 defeats versus promotion chasing Cheltenham Town and Grimsby Town. They did win 1-2 at Guiseley on Tuesday evening in their FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round replay after a 2-2 draw at the weekend. They have not kept a clean sheet all season in their 20 league and cup games played - 75% of their games have resulted in over 2.5 goals this season. They travel to tenth placed Eastleigh at the weekend.
EVERY MEMBER OF THE SQUAD
Every member of Vanarama National League Woking's squad has been made available for loan moves following their 3-0 FA Cup defeat to Maidenhead United. Will Manager Gary Hill get a reaction from his players on Saturday when they travel to bottom of the table Kidderminster Harriers who still have no wins in their eighteen games.
Heybridge Swifts lost by the above scoreline at home to Cheshunt in the Ryman League Division One (North) fixture last weekend. Jason Hallett (3), Adam Bolle (3), Luke Marshall and Joe Kizzi scored The Ambers goals who followed that up with a 0-4 victory at Haringey Borough in midweek - Hallett (2), Bolle and Marshall were on target in this game. The Swifts won 2-0 versus Aveley in midweek with ex Enfield Town defender Taylor Hastings scoring. Could The Swifts turn around the nightmare result at Theobalds Lane at the weekend?
A NICE 3-8 MIDWEEK AWAY WIN FOR THE CITIZENS
Spartan South Midlands Premier Division (Step 5) side Welwyn Garden City have got back to winning ways over their last two games winning 2-0 in the league versus Oxhey Jets and the 3-8 at Broxbourne Borough in the Premier Division Cup. They go to Middlesex County League Premier Division (Step 7) side Cricklewood Wanderers on Saturday in the FA Vase. - they beat Division One side Risborough Rangers in the last round.
300 MILE ROUND TRIP FOR THE TIGERS
It'll be an early start for London Tigers on Saturday who make the trip to the Norfolk coast to play Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division Gorleston. The Tigers have been in good form of late beating Division One leader's Crawley Green in the last round 4-2 and also getting good wins versus St Margaretsbury, London Colney, Tring Athletic and Arlesey Town Reserves who they beat 7-1 in the Challenge Cup in midweek. Gorleston are in good from as well losing just one game in their last eight league and cup games. The Tigers may pass Gorleston's local rival's Great Yarmouth Town who make the opposite journey to face London Colney in a Step five v step six clash.
THIRTEEN, FOURTEEN and TEN GOALS
Leatherhead's Vasieleious Karagiannis and Canvey Island's Martin Tuohy lead the Ryman Premier Division golden boot with thirteen league goals scored so far. The previously mentioned Jason Hallett of Cheshunt and Geroge Purcell of AFC Hornchurch are on top in Division One (North) fixtures on a total of fourteen goals scored so far. Joe Taylor of Ramsgate is top of the Division One (South) charts at a current total of ten goals.
ASHIKODI MOVES ON AND ADDS TO THE LIST OF FORMER CLUBS
One familiar name that appears in the D1S charts is Moses Ashikodi who scored six league goals for Walton Casuals earlier in the season. In total he made 14 league and cup appearances for Casuals scoring eight goals. Last week The Stags announced he had left the club by mutual consent. The 28 year old's list of clubs is now as follows - Millwall, West Ham United, Gillingham (loan), Rangers, Watford, Bradford City (loan), Swindon Town (loan), Hereford United (loan), Shrewsbury Town, Kettering Town, Ebbsfleet United, Kettering Town, York City (loan), York City, Ebbsfleet United, Enfield Town, Margate, Farnborough, Cray Wanderers, AFC Hornchurch, Eastbourne Borough, Maldon and Tiptree, Cray Wanderers and Walton Casuals.
TWO FORMER ISTHMIAN LEAGUE CLUBS
Dagenham & Redbridge and Yeovil Town are currently occupying the bottom two places in League Two. Both have nine points from fifteen games played. The Glovers make the mammoth trip to Carlise United on Saturday with The Daggers welcoming Luton Town on Sunday. Dagenham have just one win their fifteen games which came away at Northampton Town (1-2) with Yeovil winning twice in the the league at Crawley Town (0-1) and at home to Luton Town (3-2). Yeovil have no wins in seven league games with Dagenham on a record on no wins in nine games. The Somerset side are priced at 4/6 with D&R at 5/4 to be relegated with Skybet.com. If you think they can stay up you can get Yeovil at 6/5 and The Daggers at 8/13. If you fancy they could both win this weekend the skybet.com will give you 13.3/1 for a double. For a Carlise/Luton double they'll give you 2.71/1.
2,105 & 2,685
Vanarama National South side Maidstone United's current average league attendance of 2,105 beats those of football league sides Dagenham and Redbridge (1,843), Morecame (1,620) and Accrington Stanley (1,480). Only seven Vanarama National League sides can better this figure. Hereford FC (formed from the ashes of Hereford United) have an even better league average attendance at 2,685 which beats Barnet (2,283) and Newport County (2,590) along with the three club's The Stones are currently ahead of. The Bulls currently top the Midland Football League Premier Division and travel to fellow league side Rocester in the FA Vase on Saturday. Along with Northern League side Shildon they are joint favourites for the Vase at 5/1 with BETVICTOR.