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Friday, 14 December, 2018

Woking are a good bet to beat Barrow boys

Woking's Kane Ferdinand
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National League playoff-chasers Woking have not played a league game for four weeks but they remain in the top half and can edge closer to the top seven by beating lowly Barrow at Kingfield Stadium.

The Cards have been distracted by FA Cup commitments and bad weather with their December 9 game at Gateshead postponed.

However, they are having a decent first season under Anthony Limbrick, who has had them in the top half since September.

Limbrick's charges drew 1-1 at home to Peterborough in the FA Cup second round and they led their Sky Bet League One opponents 1-0 in the replay before going down 5-2 at London Road.

The key for Limbrick is to make sure the season doesn't peter out. Woking are five points outside of the playoff positions but have two games in hand on most of their rivals.

Seven of their ten league wins have come at home and they look a big price to make it eight against Barrow, who have struggled on their league travels, winning three, drawing two and losing seven.

Another team who look odds-against value for a home win are Wrexham, who take on promotion rivals Dover in Wales.

The Red Dragons have lost just one home league game this season and can beat fourth-placed Dover who are winless in four on the road.

Southern League promotion chasers Hereford missed out on the chance to host Leicester in the FA Cup third round but they still have plenty to play for and can justify odds-on favouritism at mid-table Chesham.

Hereford got back to winning ways with a 3-2 success at home to National League highflyers Dagenham & Redbridge in the FA Trophy first round last Sunday.

They should be too strong for Chesham, who have lost three of their last four games.

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