Yeovil Town host Boreham Wood in our final home National League fixture of the season on Saturday afternoon (3pm).
Charlie Lee will be hoping his side can leave home supporters with something to savour as the league season draws to a close at Huish Park.
Despite strong early season form, the Wood find themselves in a similar position to the Glovers with little stakes on the pitch when it comes to promotion and relegation.
Charlie Lee’s thoughts
Speaking in his pre-match press conference, Lee said; “I think they had a bit of a lull after the FA Cup run, they’ll know that.
“Right now, they’re in good form, they’ve had a couple of good results, so they’ll be a tough opponent.
“They know how to win games, so we better be ready for them.”
This week, Charlie Wakefield returned to training after struggling with illness for a number of weeks.
Josh Staunton has also been involved in training following his operation.
A foot in the opposition camp
After a stunning FA Cup run which saw the Wood reach the Fifth Round to face Premier League strugglers Everton, Boreham Wood have endured a tricky patch which has seem them drop out of the promotion picture.
However, recent form has been positive picking up four points against the top two, with a victory over Stockport at Edgeley Park before a 1-1 draw with Wrexham at Meadow Park.
Dennon Lewis is the man to look out for in the visiting camp. After a difficult start to life at Meadow Park which saw him only play a bit-part role, the former Love Island contestant has stepped up in recent weeks, scoring the opener against Stockport County.
Have we met before?
Yeovil have endured mix results against the Wood since dropping into the National League.
In our first season back at the level, Town claimed just one point from the fixtures, drawing 1-1 at Huish Park.
Last season, the Glovers faired much better completing the double over Garrard’s side, including a win in Town’s first game following the tragic passing of Lee Collins.
This season, Dale Gorman’s goal wasn’t enough as ten-man Yeovil fell to a 2-1 defeat at Meadow Park.
What’s on at Huish Park
Jeff Sherwood is the latest former Glover to partake in a ‘Memory Lanes’ Q&A session. Click HERE for more information.
Tickets remain available online until midday on Saturday, and from the ticket office until kick-off although subject to a surcharge after midday. Why not spend your afternoon watching Glovers’ final National League game at Huish Park this season?