Boreham Wood v Bromley, Ryman League Division One, Saturday April 7, Kick off 3pm, Meadow Park - Wood will be hoping to record their seventh straight win and continue their irresistible form on Saturday as they entertain lowly Bromley.

However, the Kent club's record at Meadow Park is a good one, having lost only twice in their last nine league visits.

Wood's most recent victory came in September 1995, when goals from Garry Nisbet, Brian Stein on his debut, and Andy Prutton, gave them a 3-1 success, and one has to go way beck to August 1981 for the one before that a thumping 6-0 win, helped along by a Mick Garrini hat trick.

Manager Graham Roberts said: "We'll look forward to it, but I'm sure Bromley will give us a hard game.

"The pitch should be a lot better than it has been, and if we prepare properly and the attitude is right, then we should come through.

"We've got four games coming up in eight days soon, which will create pressure on the squad, but the players have got to the stage now where they don't expect to lose."

Bromley are currently placed 15th in the table, and need the points to stay above the relegation zone. Their most recent outing ended in a 3-1 defeat at Uxbridge.

Wood won impressively 4-2 at Hayes Lane last November, and a repeat performance will be very welcome.

The victory at Barton on Tuesday placed Wood on top of the pile for the first time in seven months, although previous leaders Bedford could retain their place as they travel to Barton for a local derby tonight (Thursday).

Other midweek results went Wood's way, with promotion hopefuls Bishops Stortford beaten 1-0 at Uxbridge, and fifth placed Ford surprisingly stalling at home to Worthing.

Braintree regained the winning path as two injury time goals eased them home 4-1 against Staines, following Saturday's loss at Northwood.