The fixture is the Red’s second at Woodside in four days after they progressed to the third round of the Isuzu FA Trophy against Weymouth on Saturday:
It was the visitors which opened the scoring in the 10th minute through Keelan O’Connell, but two goals in as many minutes around the half-hour mark from Callum Kealy and Ollie Pearce saw Worthing go into the break with their noses in front.
Ollie Pearce scored his second and the Reds’ third in the 63rd minute, before Ibrahim Akanbi sealed the tie firmly in their favour despite a Terras’ consolation from the penalty spot from Brad Ash in the 88th minute, with the final score reading 4-2.
Meanwhile, hosts Tonbridge Angels exited the second round of the same competition at the weekend, losing 4-2 at home to Bracknell Town.
A game initially scheduled three weeks ago which was postponed due to weather conditions, the two sides go into the match separated by three points and places in the table:
Worthing currently occupy 7th position on 29 points after 17 games, meanwhile Tonbridge Angels sit in 10th on 26 having played one fixture more.
25 Oct vs Chelmsford City (H) – Won 1-0
29 Oct vs Taunton Town (A) – Lost 4-1
5 Nov vs Bath City (H) – Lost 1-2
8 Nov vs Concord Rangers (A) – Lost 1-0
12 Nov vs Ebbsfleet United (A) – Won 1-2
19 Nov vs Bracknell Town (H) (Cup) – Lost 2-4
The two sides last met in a pre-season friendly before the start of the 2021/22 campaign:
Worthing run out 4-1 winners thanks to goals from Joel Colbran, Danny Cashman, and a brace from Ollie Pearce.
The Rebels will be boosted by the return of striker Javaun Splatt following suspension.
Joel Colbran and Lewis White both made their return from injury in Worthing’s FA Trophy tie against Weymouth on Saturday and both will be available once more to Adam Hinshelwood.
Worn both shirts
Former Worthing winger Dajon Golding recently joined the Angels after a brief spell with Cheshunt.
He joined the Reds in March of 2020 and was part of the promotion-winning squad last campaign, scoring eight goals across all competitions in the process.
Goalkeeper Anthony Di Bernardo also played for either club, and is now currently in between the sticks for Crowborough Athletic.
Tickets are still available to purchase in advance online. You can also buy tickets on the day – the turnstiles will be accepting cash and card payments.