Eastleigh travel to Woking for their final away game of the 2021/22 season on Saturday, May 7th, kicking off at 3:00pm.  Preview in association with Unibet.

Stadium: Laithwaite Community Stadium, Kingfield Road, Woking, Surrey, GU22 9AA



The Cards were stunned in their last fixture on Bank Holiday Monday in a 3-0 defeat at home against already-relegated King’s Lynn Town.

Darren Sarll’s side conceded in first-half stoppage time and then twice in the final five minutes to suffer their fourth defeat in seven games.

Since their new manager, Sarll, joined the club at the end of March from Yeovil Town, the Cards have enjoyed wins against Boreham Wood (1-0), Dover Athletic (4-1), and Wrexham (2-1), but have suffered defeats against FC Halifax Town (1-2) and Torquay United (0-1) before their recent defeat against King’s Lynn Town

The Cards sit in 15th place in the National League table and Max Kretzschmar is their top scorer with 13 goals so far this campaign.


The Spitfires go into the game off the back of a narrow defeat against third-place FC Halifax Town on Bank Holiday Monday.

Despite Harry Pritchard’s seventh goal of the season – his sixth in the league – just minutes into the second half, Eastleigh couldn’t rescue any points after being two goals down at the break.

Lee Bradbury’s side have enjoyed a much-improved away showing of late, however, with just one defeat in their last four games on their travels.

A 3-3 draw with King’s Lynn Town last week secured the Spitfires’ safety in The National League for another season, with goals from Tyrone Barnett, Vincent Harper, and Michael Kelly.

Eastleigh will be without Joe McDonnell, who has joined fellow National League side, Solihull Moors, on an emergency loan deal for the remainder of the season and the playoffs, with Lee Bradbury citing that changes to the squad may be expected with six first team players in the treatment room.

Previous Meetings:

Eastleigh are unbeaten against Woking in their last six meetings, with two wins and four draws in that time.

Earlier in the 2021/22 campaign, Danny Whitehall’s first Spitfires goal and a Tom Whelan brace inspired a thrilling comeback from two goals down to win 3-2 at the Silverlake Stadium

Last season both games ended 0-0 in behind-closed-doors clashes.

25/09/21 | Eastleigh 3-2 Woking | VNL

10/04/21 | Eastleigh 0-0 Woking | VNL

28/12/20 | Woking 0-0 Eastleigh | VNL

01/02/20 | Eastleigh 2-0 Woking | VNL

26/10/19 | Woking 1-1 Eastleigh | VNL

30/12/17 | Eastleigh 2-2 Woking | VNL

Preview written by Tom Mulholland