The fixture comes four days after the Reds maintained their four-point lead at the top of the table with an impressive 3-1 win over promotion-rivals Folkestone Invicta on Tuesday evening at the Crucial Environmental Stadium:
Callum Kealy opened the scoring in the 29th minute, before Ollie Pearce doubled Worthing’s advantage a minute into the second half.
Kealy then scored his second and Worthing’s third eight minutes later to put the game out of Invicta’s reach despite a consolation in the 73rd minute from Alfie Paxman.
Meanwhile, hosts Corinthian-Casuals also enjoyed a midweek victory, progressing to the fourth round of the Velocity Trophy with a 4-2 win over Chertsey Town – whom Worthing have also beaten in a cup competition this season, winning 2-0 in the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy.
The two sides have already played each other on three occasions this campaign, all in the month of September:
First, the clubs were drawn against one-another in the FA Cup first qualifying round, with the sides drawing 1-1 at Woodside Road after former Worthing frontman Mo Diallo cancelled out an opener from Casuals’ Benjamin Cheklit.
The tie was forced to a replay at King George’s Fields in which Casuals ran out 3-1 winners and progressed to the next round.
Three weeks later, an-injury time penalty from Diallo saw the Reds snatch all three points at the Crucial Environmental Stadium back in September in the reverse league fixture, avenging their cup exit.
£12 – Adults
£7 – Concessions (Over 60’s/Disabled/Emergency Services)
£1 – Under-18’s
UNITED BUSINESS GROUP STADIUM, QUEEN MARY CLOSE, HOOK RISE SOUTH, TOLWORTH, SURREY KT6 7NA
The ground is situated just off the A3 not far from the Tolworth roundabout. If you are travelling north from the M25, you can join the A3 at junction 10 towards London. Stay on the A3 until you reach the 50mph speed limit, continue under the Hook roundabout and move into the left hand lane. Bear LEFT onto Hook Rise North for 0.2 mile (Tolworth Junction). At the roundabout, take the FOURTH exit (as if you were going to rejoin the A3 going south towards Portsmouth) then almost immediately take slip road on left onto Hook Rise South for 0.5 mile.
If you are travelling south from London on the A3, take the Tolworth Junction exit. At roundabout, take the SECOND exit (as if you were going to rejoin the A3 going towards Portsmouth) then almost immediately take slip road on left onto Hook Rise South for 0.5 mile.
In both cases please be careful not to miss the slip road into Hook Rise South.
Turn LEFT into Queen Mary Close. King George’s Field and car park are under the railway bridge on the right hand side. Youth Section pitches and changing rooms are in the park on the left.
From London Waterloo/Clapham Junction take the Chessington South train towards Tolworth.
The ground is situated off Hook Rise South just 10-15 minutes walk from Tolworth railway station. Turn LEFT out of the station onto Kingston Road and walk towards the roundabout. Before the roundabout, turn LEFT onto Toby Way and follow this round behind Hollywood Bowl, then LEFT again onto Hook Rise South. Continue down Hook Rise South for about half a mile until you reach Queen Mary Close on the left, where you will see a sign for the ground. Walk under the bridge and the ground is on the right.
The following buses travel to Tolworth: K1 from new Malden, 265 From Putney, K2 from Hook or Kingston Hospital, 406 and 408 from Kingston and Epsom, 418 from Kingston, 281 from Hounslow.