Woking vs Halifax Town Match Analysis & Prediction
25/04/2023 9:45 pm
Fourth-placed Woking will be looking to move into third place in the National League table when the host Halifax Town on Tuesday night.
The visitors, who are set to finish in a midtable position, will be aiming to extend their unbeaten run to eight competitive matches.
Woking bounced back from a disappointing 3-0 defeat against Notts County to secure a narrow 2-1 home victory over Gateshead at the weekend.
Darren Sarll’s side are already guaranteed to finish in the top seven, but they still have the chance to advance straight to the playoff semi-finals if they can finish in third place, which is currently occupied by Chesterfield.
Woking will move abover Chesterfield if they can claimed all three points on Tuesday, and they will be confident of doing just that after beating Halifax 4-0 when the two sides met in October.
Meanwhile, Halifax are currently sitting in 13th place, and they will be looking to move into the top half of the table in their final two matches.
They will also be out to extend their seven-game unbeaten run, as they build up to next month’s FA Trophy final against Gateshead at Wembley.
Chris Millington’s side have tended to struggle on their travels in the National League this season, having won just four of their 22 away league matches, but they will be hoping their final away game of the season can produce a victory.
Woking vs. Halifax Town Head to head
In the 15 previous meetings between these two teams, Woking have claimed six victories while Halifax have won four, and they have drawn in five. Halifax have scored 16 goals and conceded 24 in the process.
17/10/2020Woking0Halifax Town0National League
27/04/2021Halifax Town1Woking0National League
28/08/2021Woking2Halifax Town3National League
09/04/2022Halifax Town2Woking1National League
01/10/2022Halifax Town0Woking4National League
Woking Team News
Woking will be hoping that James Daly is passed fit for the midweek contest after the forward sustained a head injury in the win over Gateshead.
Charlie O’Connell was introduced as a half-time substitute on Saturday and is in contention to start on Tuesday.
Woking's Last 5 Matches
07/04/2023Dorking Wanderers1Woking2National League
10/04/2023Woking1Southend United1National League
15/04/2023Notts County3Woking0National League
Halifax Town Team News
Max Wright returned from a spell om the sidelines to play the final five minutes of Saturday’s goalless draw, and is expected to be utilised off the bench once against.
After dropping out of the side against Dagenham & Redbridge, Harvey Gilmour and Millenic Alli could both return to the starting lineup for Tuesday’s contest.
Halifax Town's Last 5 Matches
07/04/2023Halifax Town3Wrexham1National League
10/04/2023York City0Halifax Town3National League
15/04/2023Halifax Town3Maidestone United0National League
18/04/2023Halifax United1Bromley1National League
22/04/2023Dagenham & Redbridge0Halifax Town0National League
Woking vs. Halifax Town: Odds and Predictions
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