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Preview: Woking (A)

15 August 2022

The Iron are back in action on Tuesday night as they travel back down south to Surrey, where they’ll face Woking in the National League (7:45pm kick off).

United lost 3-2 at Maidenhead on Saturday afternoon, despite a second half brace from Joe Nuttall. However, Keith Hill and the team will now look to get back on track only three days later.

Ticket news

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 for full ticket details ahead of the Iron's away trip to Woking. 

Pre-match views

Keith Hill (click here to read) – Reagan Ogle (click here to read).

Iron team news

In his pre-match press conference, first team manager Keith Hill confirmed there are are one or two potential injuries and fatigues in the team following the long trip to face Maidenhead in extremely hot conditions on Saturday.

However, he said he will ‘have to assess and decide who can, who can’t, and who's available for Tuesday's fixture’ which is one that he’s  ‘looking forward to'.

Jordan Hallam (hamstring) will miss the game, while Kgosi Ntlhe and Owen Foster have returned to training following illness.

The opposition

Woking currently sit 14th in the National League on three points, having started the campaign with a 2-0 defeat at York City, before beating Dagenham & Redbridge 2-0 at the weekend. The team have been in the fifth tier of English football since their promotion from the National League South in 2019. 

For more information on the home side, click here

The officials 

The referee will be Daniel Middleton, with Christopher Myatt and Laurentiu Hantea as assistant referees. The fourth official is David Harrison. 

Head-to-head record

We've met just once in the past, with Jamie Forrester lobbing home the winner in an FA Cup first round away tie in November 1998.


1998-99 - Sun Nov 14 FAC R1 Woking 0-1 Iron Forrester

Our full record against Woking is as follows: 

FA CUP 1 0


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Match Reports

Report: Woking 2-0 Iron

16 August 2022

Scunthorpe were beaten 2-0 away at Woking on Tuesday night.

United made two changes from the side that faced Maidenhead United on Saturday as Marcus Carver and Cameron Wilson came in for Alfie Beestin and Colin Daniel.

At the start, there was superb defending from the hosts as Marcus Dewhurst played quickly upfield to Joe Nuttall from an offside. The forward knocked the ball down and somehow Carver’s shot was turned behind for a corner.

Reagan Ogle won first contact from the corner, but the ball ended up in the grasp of goalkeeper Craig Ross. Meanwhile, the hosts had a speculative effort from range, but Dewhurst saved comfortably.

With four minutes gone though, Kyran Lofthouse converted from close range following a low right-winged cross.

Two minutes later, Dewhurst saved with his feet from Padraig Amond’s shot following a cutback from the left channel.

On 11 minutes, Woking's Luke Wilkinson took a free-kick, sending his effort wide of the wall and wide of Dewhurst’s right-hand post.

With 14 minutes played, Amond tested Dewhurst following a corner, with his header going towards the right post, but the Iron shot stopper pushed the ball around the post for another corner, which was dealt with.

Then, three minutes later, Jim Kellermann drove forward before cutting onto his left foot from 25-yards. His effort cleared the crossbar, with Dewhurst having the effort covered.

As 29 minutes passed, George Taft and Andrew Boyce both threw their bodies at an incoming shot from Rohan Ince, with one of Boyce managing to block the goal bound effort. The Iron broke with Jacob Butterfield but his shot was also blocked after some neat footwork go him into position.

Jai Rowe came on for Whitehouse in the 39th minute as Scunthorpe made their first alteration.

Then, Amond sent an effort over the bar as he received the ball inside the box.

Soon after, the hosts sent a dangerous corner in front the left that Rowe managed to get a head to at the far post and clear as Woking threatened to get a second.

Then, just before the break, Kellermann sent a half-volleyed effort wide of the goal as the ball dropped for him.

On 50 minutes, Ogle sent in a long throw with Nuttall touching on. Wilson then controlled before seeing his goal bound effort blocked.

Not long after, at the other end, Dewhurst denied Reece Grego-Cox by punching his incoming effort away from danger.

However, in the 56th minute, Lofthouse drilled home his and Woking’s second of the game from the right side of the area.

Thwarted by a block by the Iron defence three minutes later, Amond curled a shot onto the post as the ball ricocheted away from danger.

Then, Scunthorpe made two changes as Colin Daniel came on for Wilson and Kgosi Ntlhe replaced O'Malley.

Nuttall and Daniel worked an opening in the 70th minute, with the latter beating his man before curling an effort over the crossbar.

The game began to fade out, although Dewhurst got behind a low drive from Kellerman to save his effort from the edge of the box with six minutes remaining.

Carver then attacked down the left and sent the ball into the danger area but home goalkeeper Craig Ross gathered.

On 87 minutes, Dewhurst was called into action again as he saved Kellermann's curled effort from the left side of the area.

During the second minute out of five in stoppage time, Boyce drew a save from Ross with a half-volleyed effort from the left side of the area. Nuttall then picked up the loose ball and sent a 30 yard effort over the crossbar.

United return to action on Saturday when they host Solihull Moors (3pm kick-off).

WOKING: Ross, Lofthouse, Casey, Cuthbert, Wilkinson, Korboa (Johnson, 72), Grego-Cox, Amond (Anderson, 79), Moss, Kellermann (McNerney, 90), Ince.


IRON: Dewhurst, Ogle, O'Malley (Ntlhe, 60), Whitehouse (Rowe, 39), Boyce, Feeney, Nuttall, Carver, Taft, Butterfield, Wilson (Daniel, 60).

IRON SUBS NOT USED: Beestin, Gallimore.

ATTENDANCE: 2,170 (206 away).

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Ticket News

Pay on the night available at Woking

16 August 2022

Tickets are now off sale for the Iron's away game at Woking on Tuesday night.

PAY ON THE DAY: Woking have confirmed the below:
- £2 increase on all tickets, apart from U16 tickets on the day.
- The Laithwaite Community Stadium is 90% cashless, so please carry a credit or debit card.
- ApplePay is accepted.
- There is no parking available at the Laithwaite Community Stadium.
- Away supporters pay on the day at Gate 2 which houses our away turnstiles.

Away supporters are housed directly above the Geoff Chapple Lounge (see map).

Woking.pngMatchday prices for the game are as follows (please note, prices increase by £2 on matchday):

Adult £22
Concession (65+) £17
Next Generation (16-22) £14
Under-16* £5

* Supporters under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult (18 or over).

Prices are the same for ambulant disabled supporters, dependent on their age category. A free carers ticket is available for those supporters who require a personal assistant (providing they are claiming DLA at the middle/higher rate or PIP advance rate).

Wheelchair and accessible spaces for away supporters can be found at the front of the Seymours Community Stand.

Due to lack of take-up, we can confirm the official supporters coach to Woking has been cancelled.


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