They earned their first win in two months against AFC Fylde and now Woking manager Anthony Limbrick is hoping to see his side go on a run – starting with Chester at home on Saturday.
The Cards went on a winning streak in late August that saw them take 22 points from a possible 27, and Limbrick wants to see them put a similar string of results together. Last time out, Woking beat Fylde 1-0 and while this weekend’s opponents are third from bottom of the National League, Limbrick won’t be taking Chester lightly.
“We had a very tough game against Chester last time, we won 2-0 but it was a really hard game away from home,” the Woking manager explained.
“We expect the teams who are around the bottom to be tough to play. We do find those types of games a challenge when the teams are fighting for their lives.
“We know what they will come with this Saturday and it will be a really tough test and one that, even if you’re favourite, you can’t look at as an easy game. As the old cliché goes ‘there’s no easy games in this league’. I’m quickly learning that’s very true.”
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