Woking Need To Play Their Cards Right At Bury

1 week ago By David Richardson

Bury should be winning comfortably tonight says Woking manager Anthony Limbrick - but that's why his side have a chance.

The Cards forced a replay at the Laithwaite Community Stadium almost ten days ago as Jamie Philpot headed in a deserved equaliser after the home side fell behind after just 42 seconds.

By the end of the tie, despite drawing with the League One side, Woking felt disappointed with the result having been the better of the two sides.

Now they make the trip North to Gigg Lane hoping to cause an upset and Limbrick knows there's no pressure on his side.

"The positive on Saturday was keeping a clean sheet," he said after Woking's 0-0 draw at FC Halifax Town. "If you looked at the Bury game, we kept a clean sheet in that for virtually the whole game after conceding in the first minute.

"Being the underdogs sometimes suits us going into games. We had a great game against them when we drew. We're all looking forward to going there.

"It's the old cliche that the pressure is on them, it really is. They should be beating us and beating us really well. There's nothing for us to lose and we'll go there and be positive and try and win the game."


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