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Stuart Dalgleish 30th Mar 2009 - 11:44

Relegation on the cards for Woking

With four games coming up in just nine days Phil Gilchrist's team can't afford any slip-ups as they bid to avoid dropping out of the Blue Square Premier.

With Weymouth dropping like a lead balloon and Northwich Victoria almost down it looks like only one relegation spot remains to be filled, Lewes having been demoted earlier in the month.

To be fair to the hosts they're putting up a reasonable fight, a creditable draw against top-of-the-table Burton was followed by a narrow victory over Barrow, and another draw was gained against Dean Saunders' Wrexham. The problem, as it has been all season, is winning games away from Kingfield Stadium, defeat at Kidderminster was the fifth consecutive loss for the Surrey outfit on the road.

Cambridge on the other hand are flying, undefeated in 11 games and winning the last four, Gary Brabin's side have given themselves a faint chance of automatic promotion, but it looks more likely that the U's will have to settle for a play-off spot.

It's easy to see why Woking are the outsiders in the betting at 7/2, the home team haven't scored the last three times they've welcomed Cambridge to Kingfield. The draw, which both sides have achieved 13 times this season, is 5/2, and an away win is available at 4/5. Maybe more value can be found in some of our other markets though - United to be winning at half-time and full-time is an attractive looking 15/8. Whilst the visitors to win and shut-out the opposition is a 13/8 shot.

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