Welling United hit the road for the first and only time this month as they head to St Albans City on Saturday (3pm).

After a run of home fixtures which has seen the Wings hit a good run of form, Rod Stringer will hoping to continue his side’s good fortunes with their run of unbeaten league games now standing at five following an emphatic 4-1 victory over high-flying Worthing on Tuesday evening.

Welling has. closed the gap to safety to just one point in recent weeks and could climb out of the bottom four for the first time since August with three points on Saturday.

Stringer is likely to be without Will Wood, who was forced off in midweek, while Joe Ellul will also continue to be a doubt.

Chiori Johnson also remains sidelined with injury, although Anthony Grant will be available following his dismissal on Tuesday, with his one-match ban kicking in for the clash with Truro City next week.


After losing in the play-off final last season, St Albans City have their eyes firmly set on going one better this time around.

Indeed, they sit in fifth place in the table and have seemingly hit form at the right time with the run-in just around the corner.

They come into the game off the back of just one defeat in their last 10, winning seven and drawing two. Their last outing saw them claim a 1-0 victory at Dover Athletic on Tuesday.


Welling were made to settle for a point from a goalless draw against St Albans City in the reverse fixture back in September.

Despite dominating proceedings for the majority of the game, the Wings could not find that cutting edge in front of goal to turn one point into three.


Tickets for the clash at Clarence Park can be purchased online in advance or at the turnstiles on the day of the game, priced:

Adults: £16.50
Concessions: £11
18-23: £8
12-17: £5
FREE (with accompanying adult)

Click here to get your tickets for St Albans City v the Wings


Wings fans not making the journey on Saturday afternoon can follow all the action with live commentary thanks to Radio Wings.

You can join Nigel Jones in the commentary box at Clarence Park by clicking here come kick off.