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Eastleigh 2-4 Woking

Tuesday 30th July 2013


Updates by Jamie Montigue

  1. Some very good football tonight. Well done to both teams, but especially for Eastleigh. Looking fwd to Saturday
  2. Eastleigh drew level through a penalty before goals from Sole and Taylor sealed a comfortable win for
  3. Full Time: Eastleigh 2-4 Woking
  4. Taylor nods wide from a Newton cross for Woking.
  5. 87. GOAL 4-2 to Woking as Oliver Taylor applies a good finish to clip the ball into the corner.
  6. 86. Powerful free kick from Sole beats the keeper and canons off the cross bar.
  7. 82. Sole charges down a Michael Green effort after The Spitfires worked the ball nicely around the penalty area.
  8. 79. McAllister header cleared off the line by Parkinson as Eastleigh go close to another equaliser.
  9. Mike Cestor blazes over the bar for Woking.
  10. 74. Eastleigh subs: Sam Wilson and Chris Dillon on for Fleetwood and Beckwith.
  11. Fleetwood left foot volley well blocked by McNerney
  12. 68. Strevens comes close to scoring for Eastleigh after Fleetwood’s cut back across goal, but the striker fires over the bar from 3 yards.
  13. Multiple changes for Woking
  14. 65. Deep cross from Todd nodded over by McAllister.
  15. 64. GOAL. 3-2 to Woking as Guiseppe Sole places a neat chip past Flitney and into the goal after a through ball from Betsy.
  16. 63. Eastleigh sub: Damian Scannell on for Yemi Odubade
  17. Jai Reason scores from the penalty spot to level for Eastleigh 2-2
  18. 52. PENALTY to Eastleigh. Evans pulled down in the area.
  19. 49. Jamie Collins set a shot up for who hit a sweet strike from distance that went just wide of the post.
  20. Eastleigh substitutions at the start of the second half: Ben Strevens and Jai Reason on for Dan Spence and Glen Southam.
  21. Ready for the second half. Eastleigh 1-2 Woking @ Eastleigh Football Club
  22. Eastleigh led through Odubade before a quick reply saw Ricketts equalise. Woking took the lead on the stroke of h/t from a Williams penalty.
  23. Just before the penalty was scored, Flitney made a save to deny Williams who hit a half volley from 20 yards.
  24. 45. GOAL Woking now 2-1 ahead after Gavin Williams converts his penalty comfortably.
  25. 44. PENALTY to Woking as Sawyer is tripped.
  26. 43. Williams threaded pass in search of McCallum well cut out by Flitney who was alert to the danger.
  27. 41. Good play from goal scorer Odubade down the right to cross and force a corner.
  28. 39. Goal - equaliser. Instant reply from Woking as Mark Ricketts slides the ball in after patient build up from visitors. 1-1
  29. 37. GOAL. Eastleigh take the lead through Yemi Odubade who slots a neat finish into the net from the left hand side. 1-0
  30. 36. Free kick by Gavin Wlliams headed narrowly wide of the post from close range by Brett Johnson.
  31. 33. Chance presented to McAllister via a pass into the box and a deflection off a Woking defender. Chipped effort smothered well by Beasant.
  32. 31. Straight from a throw-in Odubade did well to find himself some space to turn and shoot just over.
  33. 30. Cross from Nutter sees Williams attempt an acrobatic effort in the centre but fail to keep his effort on target.
  34. 28. Deflected effort from McCallum results in comfortable low save for Flitney.
  35. 26. Williams’ free kick is palmed over the cross bar by Flitney.
  36. 25. Todd trips Williams and Woking have a free kick 25 yards from goal.
  37. 21. McAllister good knock down into path of Odubade who appeared to be held back on the edge of the area by Johnson. No foul.
  38. 19. Fleetwood played a one-two with Jamie Collins and then hit a shot into the arms of the keeper.
  39. 14. Fleetwood pass to Green who found space for a cross out on the left. Low ball in was just behind Jamie Collins.
  40. 13. Southam played a neat pass out to the left to Green whose cross was sent in towards McAllister and took a deflection off a defender.
  41. 10. Cross to the near post from Michael Green caught by Sam Beasant.
  42. 8. Lovely touch from Odubade to play in Will Evans but his control took the ball away from him and Woking were able to clear the danger.
  43. Woking subs: Parkinson, Frith, Wright, Cestor, Taylor, Howe, Payne, Sole.
  44. : Beasant, Newton, Nutter, Ricketts, McNerney, Johnson, Sawyer, Alcinde, Williams, McCallum, Betsy.
  45. Eastleigh subs: Strevens, Dovey, Reason, Scannell, Wilson, Dillon, Doyle, Dunn.
  46. Eastleigh v : Flitney, Spence, Green, Evans, Beckwith, Todd, Collins, Southam, McAllister, Odubade, Fleetwood.
  47. Eastleigh go through their pre-match preparations ahead of kick off v Woking.


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