We now have both eyes on Wembley now that the play-offs are out of the equation and Woking will feel that they have done enough now to escape relegation although, technically, they could still be dragged back into it but with the way some of the teams right at the bottom are playing that looks very doubtful.
Woking saw off Grays at the weekend in their first home game since Glen Cockerill got the push after a less than productive time in his four years in charge. Former club captain Neil Smith is now temporarily in charge of the team until the end of the season.
They have no injuries to report from the Grays game, just the possibility that Curtis Osano might miss the game after feeling unwell prior to Saturdays game.
Our only injury is to Jonny Harkness following the knock he received at Stevenage. If he has recovered then he might get a game but Gavin Hurren did well yesterday and Jake Sedgemore, who stepped into Hurrens usual position also did well and would feel grieved if he found himself back on the bench.
Glenn Wilson went off injured during the second half and will be assessed before the game.
Although this is an end of season game it'll be played before a decent sized crowd and I think that we should just about edge it.
Bevan, S Taylor, Harkness, Kenna, Haworth, Creighton, Whitehead, McGrath, Sedgemore, Hurren, Russell, Penn, Reynolds, Blackwood, McGhee, Smikle, Christie, Constable, Hay, Brady, Wilson, Ferrell.
Gindre, Howe, Bunce, Smith, Hutchinson, MacDonald, Selley, Murray, McAllister, Marum, Gier, Berquez, Webb, Barrett, Osano, Lambu, Oyedele, Cockerill, Maledon, Pearce, Green, Bittner.