Preview: St Albans City vs Worthing, 03/09/22 Match Preview 2 September 2022 , 18:17 BST Danny O'Hara Ollie Pearce in action against St Albans City at Clarence Park in 2019 Worthing Football Club continue their Vanamara National League South campaign tomorrow afternoon with a trip to Hertfordshire to face St Albans City at the Mozzarella Fellas Stadium. Mens Full Time 0 St. Albans City 1 Worthing White (86') National League South Saturday 3rd September, 2022 Match Centre The fixture comes a week after a busy period for the Reds, having played two games in as many days on bank holiday weekend: On Saturday, they travelled to Kent to face Dartford for the first time since 2009, and fell behind in the ninth minute with Tom Bonner nodding in for the hosts. Having gone into half time 1-0 down, Callum Kealy drew Worthing level just six minutes into the second period. With the game looking to end a stalemate, a corner eventually fell to the feet of Joel Colbran, who chipped the ball over a helpless Jack Young to take all three points back to the south cost. Two days later, Worthing played host to Sussex rivals Eastbourne Borough at the Crucial Environmental Stadium: James Hammond put ‘Boro 1-0 up and looked to have scored the only goal of the game, but Kealy’s equaliser in the 88th shared the spoils and kept the Red’s unbeaten start to the season entact. Recent meetings The two sides last met in the second qualifying round of the 2019/20 FA Cup: First at Clarence Park, Worthing looked to be heading out of the competition, losing 2-1 to the Saints. However, deep in injury time, Reece Meekums turned and shot low past the keeper to equalise and force the tie to a replay at Woodside Road three days later: A riled-up Saints side brushed Worthing aside in the replay, cruising to a 3-0 lead at the interval with Jalen Jones scoring a consolation for the hosts in injury time. Supporter information Tickets Tickets are available to purchase online and on the day at the turnstiles. The York Road turnstiles will be open from 12.15 pm. The Clarence Park and Hatfield Road turnstiles will be open from 1.30 pm to 3.15 pm. Card payments only are accepted at the turnstiles, club shop, pitchside bars, and clubhouse. Adult – £16.50 Concession – £11.00 Next Gen – £8.00 Under 18 – £6.00 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.