This Saturday, Boro' travel south to Surrey to face a fellow promoted side in the form of Woking, managed by Garry Hill.
The Cardinals currently sit four places below Boro' in 19th place, having claimed 6 points from their first 7 fixtures, compared to Boro's 8 points. Both clubs have won 2 games this season, but whereas Boro have picked up two valuable draws, Woking have lost all five of their other fixtures.
Woking's most recent fixture saw them lose 2-1 away at Hereford United, their scorer at Edgar Street being Kevin Betsy. Boro on the other hand received a massive confidence boost in midweek, with Adam Walker's wonder goal, James Armson's penalty and Andy Brown's lob earning them a 3-1 victory at home against AFC Telford.
WOKING HOME FORM: Played 3, won 2, drew 0, lost 1, scored 5, conceded 5, points 6.
NUNEATON AWAY FORM: Played 3, won 1, drew 1, lost 1, scored 3, conceded 4, points 4.
WOKING TOP SCORERS: Bubb 2
NUNEATON TOP SCORERS: Walker 6, Brown 3, Armson 2
TRAVELLING BY ROAD
The ground is situated on the A247, opposite the entrance to Woking Park, midway between the town centre and Old Woking. Leave the M25 at either junctions 10 (Wisley) or 11 (Chertsey) and follow the signs towards Woking. When nearing the town centre follow the brown signs showing Heathside car park. The ground is about 15 minutes' walk from the car park. Come out of the car park and follow the signs for Woking FC (the first route described below for rail travellers). Travelling supporters are requested to use Heathside car park as there are no parking areas around Kingfield Stadium.
It has been brought to our notice that cars parking in Westfield Avenue have been subjected to parking tickets, this also applies to cars parking on the grass verge near the ground. We therefore suggest that you try to park elsewhere to avoid this happening to you.