The Bees take on Boreham Wood FC at The Hive London on Saturday (15:00 KO). The two sides meet in the Fourth Qualifying Round of the Emirates FA Cup for a place in the First Round Proper.
This Match Preview will take you through all things you need to know ahead of Saturday’s clash.
Tickets will also be available today at the Ticket Office, however we strongly advise to book before arrival to the stadium.
Once you have purchased online, you will receive an email with your e-ticket which can be used to gain entry through the turnstile from your mobile device or printed out.
Adult – £15
Concessions* – £10
Under 17s – £5
*Concessions are those over 65 and under 21, checks will be in operation at the turnstiles.
Please note that Season Membership Cards and our ‘Drink On Us’ are not valid for this match.
Nickname: The Wood
Stadium: Meadow Park (4,500 capacity)
Manager: Luke Garrard
Top Scorer: Josh Rees, Scott Boden (4)
Position in table: 2nd
IN: Jacob Mendy (Wealdstone FC), Connor Smith (Wealdstone FC), Will Evans (Chesterfield FC), Josh Rees (Aldershot Town), Jack Munns (Dover Athletic), Frankie Raymond (Bromley FC), Scott Boden (Chesterfield FC), Adrian Clifton (Dagenham and Redbridge FC).
OUT: Keiran Murtagh (Dartford FC), Tom Champion (Woking FC), Krystian Pearce (Hereford FC), Matt Rhead (Alfreton Town), Adam McDonnell (Sligo Rovers), Kabongo Tshimanga (Chesterfield FC), Piero Mingoia (Unassigned), Shaq Coulthirst (Unassigned), Danny Woodwards (Unassigned), Ryan Huddart (Unassigned).
LAST TIME OUT
Dover Athletic FC 1 – 2 Barnet FC
Vanarama National League
Bees: Oxborough, Richards-Everton, Taylor, Widdowson, Thomas, Payne, Brundle, Powell, Mason-Clark, Bloomfield (Fonguck 79’), Hall (Flanagan 73’). Subs (not used) Sargeant, Doherty, Granville.
Boreham Wood 2 – 0 Dagenham & Redbridge
Vanarama National League
Boreham Wood: Ashmore, Ilesanmi. Raymond, Fyfield, Smith, Evans, Mafuta (Stephens 89’), Rees, Marsh (Clifton 87’), Mendy, Boden. Subs (not used) Smith, Green, Munns.
ONE TO WATCH
The Hertfordshire-born midfielder started his playing career in Arsenal’s academy before leaving North London for Nottingham Forest’s youth set-up in 2013.
Rees progressed and made his debut for Forest against Brighton & Hove Albion, however he left soon after to join Chelmsford City.
He then enjoyed spells with Bromley FC, Gillingham FC and Aldershot Town before putting pen to paper on a two-year deal with Boreham Wood in the summer.
The 28-year-old midfielder is a goal-threat and the Club’s joint-top goalscorer this season with Scott Boden, having both scored four.
Referee: Daniel Lamport
Assistant Referee: David Harrison
Assistant Referee: Aaron Conn
Fourth Official: Mohammed Uddin
COME ON YOU BEES!