Preview: Kingstonian vs Worthing, 02/02/22 Match Preview 1 February 2022 , 20:25 GMT Danny O'Hara Worthing Football Club take a break from Pitching In Isthmian League action with a fourth visit to King George's Field this season, facing Kingstonian in the third round of the Velocity Trophy tomorrow evening. Mens Full Time 0 Kingstonian 1 Worthing Worsdell (88') The Velocity Trophy Wednesday 2nd February, 2022 Match Centre The cup tie comes four days after Worthing’s most recent outing at the Tolworth ground, drawing 1-1 with fellow stadium occupants Corinthian-Casuals on Saturday: Former Mackerel Man Mo Diallo opened the scoring in the 29th minute, with half-time substitute Dajon Golding equalising two minutes into the second period. Meanwhile, hosts Kingstonian go into the cup match placed one point away from the playoff places, most recently drawing 0-0 with Surrey rivals Merstham on Saturday afternoon. Recent meetings The two sides have already met at King George’s Fields in the league back in October in an enthralling encounter: Worthing led at half time by three goals to one curtesy of a hat trick from Ollie Pearce, but K’s fought back to make the score level at 3-3 with 20 minutes to go. Five minutes later, Jesse Starkey scored a winner to give Worthing all three points. Supporter information ADMISSION PRICES £12 – Adults £7 – Concessions (Over 60’s/Disabled/Emergency Services) £1 – Under-18’s DIRECTIONS UNITED BUSINESS GROUP STADIUM, QUEEN MARY CLOSE, HOOK RISE SOUTH, TOLWORTH, SURREY KT6 7NA BY CAR 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. BY TRAIN 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. BY BUS 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. How to follow If you can’t make the game you can follow the game via the club’s Twitter account, or through live commentary provided at rebelyell.live.