Knowing our luck if it had been us and not Cambridge nobody would have been able to find the fifty pence needed for the meter and we would have been facing another re-arrangement.
As it happens Woking must be wishing that it had been called off when Utd scored an easy goal eight minutes from time that buried their chances of emerging from the drop zone and again failing to score. They have now only scored two goals in nine games.
Micah Hyde (Achilles) and Alex Rhodes (hamstring) missed last nights game and it's very unlikely that they will have recovered in time to face us. They already have long term injuries to Tom Hutchinson and Delano Sam-Yorke but should be at full strength otherwise.
We should also be at full strength again after Lee Baker missed the York City game on Saturday due to illness. Craig Armstrong deputised for him then but he could be back out of the side by tomorrow.
Andy Ferrell is still out injured but is now back in light training and Sam Foley is out on loan at Newport County.
This is going to be a bit tougher than the day Woking visited us two weeks ago. Then, after a cautious start, we hammered them 3-0 and it could easily have been twice that. Last night on the box they looked to have a bit more about them without the ability to score.
I think we should win this game but it's going to be a tough one.
Bartlett, Coleman, Baker, Riley, Armstrong, Lowe, Creighton, Carr, Jones, Knights, McDermott, McPhee, Bennett, Hayward, Brittain, Penn, Barnes-Homer, Smikle, Richards, Moore.
Knowles, Worner, Powell, Lorraine, Bunce, Quamina, Miles, El Kholti, Marum, Pattison, Konan, Lambu, Vernazza, Elvins, Ledgister, Moone, Domoraud, Bozanic, Anderson, Bossman, Magunda, McNerny, Sintim, Kamara.
Links to Woking websites here
Directions to Woking here
Find Pubs around Kidderminster here
Find Hotels around Woking here
Have a flutter on this game here: Free £25 Bet with Blue Square