The hosts will be live streaming the clash this evening, with all the details available HERE.
The Ravens trained on Monday morning ahead of the trip to Woking, with Andy Woodman assessing his options following the 1-0 home win on Saturday.
Preview: by John Self
On Tuesday evening Bromley make the short trip to the Kingfield Stadium for the return Vanarama National League fixture against Woking, kick-off 7.45 pm.
This will be the third meeting between the two Clubs this season, with Woking having visited Hayes Lane on two consecutive Tuesdays on 19th and 26th January.
The first was a 4th Round FA Trophy tie which ended 1-1 after ninety minutes, with the visitors progressing through on penalties 7-6. The second was the corresponding League fixture, in which Woking came from two goals to nil down to equalise with two goals in the final eighteen minutes.
Each club won their respective home fixtures last season, Bromley winning by the only goal of the game at Hayes Lane, and Woking being successful by two goals to one in Surrey.
Woking are currently in 19th position in the league table with 32 points from 30 games. On Easter Monday they were defeated at home 4-2 by promotion hopefuls, Notts County; and last Saturday held Eastleigh to a goal less draw in Hampshire, after being reduced to ten men in the second half.