Garrard: Wood Need To Stop Losing Run

It may only be two matches but Boreham Wood boss Luke Garrard wants the run ending as soon as possible.

A 3-2 loss for Boreham Wood against Dover Athletic off the back of exiting the FA Trophy has upped the importance of the Ebbsfleet United game, writes Tom Feaheny.

"It is only two matches but you want to stop the rot as soon as you possibly can and that is the aim for this match," Garrard told the club's website.

"We have conceded goals we shouldn't have and it is taking work on the training pitch to ensure we keep the scoring down, we need to defend the 18 yard box better."

"Against Dover I felt we were lucky to be there, we started well and could have been a bit more clinical,

"I think we should have been ahead at half-time, but again we have to win by scoring four goals and that needs to improve."

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