We come into this game on the back of 3 wins in 4 games and while not the finished article do seem to be competitive this season continuing the form needed in our Great Escape of last albeit with a lot of different players! Woking are struggling with just the one win so far and playing 5-3-2 seem to be in a similar place to where we were this time last season. Poke and Saah do play for them and will be remembered with affection by most gull fans.
The good news is that no new injuries were sustained on Saturday and this is an opportunity to continue climbing the table and start to look upwards as opposed to downwards although many will only do this after reaching the magical 50 point Mark!
The first to present his case seems right, till another comes forward and questions him.
Scrivens on for Joe Ward in a tactical change but to no avail as Woking have equalised.
TACTICAL!!!!! Surely not. Please say it isn't true. Assumed he picked up a knock. As tactical changes go, taking the bite out of our midfield while 1-0 up is truly shocking. Awful decision, if correct. Can see absolutely no logic in it. They completely bossed the midfield and when in control then targeted the left side in that second half.
We were abysmal. Only saving grace for me was getting home just after 10 on a school night.
LRT was skinned time and again. Their 16, Dennon Something, looked very good and took his goal and their third very well. We seemed to be complaining their first was put in by Sam-Yorke's hand. We fell apart after that, but if that was a tactical change, then I'm hardly surprised.
Chaney surprisingly replaced him after 65 minutes on Saturday which did not help our cause but we had a slice of luck to keep a clean sheet then. Commentators were surprised at the change tonight as well but thought more likely to be tactical and after previous game suspect this is more likely to be the case.