Bromley U23s are back in action tonight as they travel to Knaphill to face Woking in their first away trip of the new season.
The Ravens will be going into tonight’s game high in confidence following their 3-1 victory over Easbourne Borough in their previous outing on Friday night.
Bromley put in a solid performance as they secured their first three points of the new season in front of a great crowd at Hayes Lane.
That proved to be their second game of the campaign, bouncing back from their 2-0 defeat at home to Slough Town in their season curtain raiser.
Both results mean that the Ravens currently take up sixth spot in the standings with a win tonight potentially lifting them up to third.
As for tonight’s opposition, Woking find themselves in 10th and are still on the hunt for their first victory of the season.
Their campaign began with back-to-back draws with the latter coming in a thrilling 4-4 score-line away to Metropolitan Police.
In their most recent fixture, the Cards fell to a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Slough Town at Knaphill as they go into their third home game of the season tonight.
Bromley U23s return to home soil on Friday 10th September as they play host to Corinthian Reserves at Hayes Lane, kick-off at 8pm.
Priced at £3, supporters can purchase tickets for next Friday’s fixture whilst season ticket holders will be able to gain entry for free.