KICK off: 11 January 21:45
Team news: Boreham could be set to name the same starting 11 as the one that produced the fantastic display required to knock Wimbledon out of the cup on Saturday. Taye Ashby-Hammond has seen his loan spell from Championship side Fulham extended in the past week, so he should continue in goal behind the back three of Will Evans, David Stephens and Jamal Fyfield. Thirty-seven-year-old Mark Ricketts will captain the side from the centre of the field, and Scott Boden and Marsh should keep their place up front despite the impact of Clifton off the bench at the weekend. As for Wealdstone, they continue their search for a goalkeeper on loan ahead of the trip, with first-choice George Wickens serving the final game of this three-match suspension. Eighteen-year-old Alfie Marigliani will deputise if a loan signing cannot be made, in what is a side short of options due to various absences. David Sesay is away on international duty at AFCON, Andrew Eleftheriou and Rhys Browne are definitely ruled out through injury, and Charlie Cooper and Jack Cook join Wickens on the suspensions list. However, Medy Elito, Nikola Tavares and Jaydn Mundle-Smith could all return from previous injury absences.
Prediction: Boreham Wood to win
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