The fixture comes after Worthing travelled to Wiltshire in midweek to face Chippenham Town at Hardenhuish Park on Tuesday evening:
Mo Dabre scored in the 11th minute to put the Reds a goal up, but the lead would only last three minutes before Alex Bray equalised for the hosts.
Worthing’s goalscorer Dabre was booked in the 21st minute for bringing down Chippenham skipper Spencer Hamilton.
Six later, Dabre was booked for a second offence and shown a red card by the referee, with the Reds left with 10 men to continue for the last hour of play.
The man disadvantage would not prove costly, however, with the score remaining one apiece at full-time.
Meanwhile, Slough lost to Bath City on Tuesday evening by three goals to nil at Arbour Park.
The hard-fought point earned at Chippenham saw Worthing remain fifth in the table, on 59 points from 35 games.
Slough’s defeat resulting in them staying in 16th, on 36 points from 34 games:
Last six matches
28/02/23 – Bath City (H) – Lost 0-1
25/02/23 – St Albans City (A) – Won 2-1
21/02/23 – Dartford (A) – Lost 0-1
18/02/23 – Welling United (H) – Lost 0-3
13/02/23 – Hampton & Richmond Borough (A) – Won 1-0
04/02/23 – Dover Athletic (H) – Drew 1-1
The two sides have already met twice this season – first, in the FA Cup second qualifying round Arbour Park in mid September:
After a goalless first half, the home side took the lead on the hour mark through Lee Togwell, and were in front until the 82nd minute until Kane Wills equalised for Worthing.
With the game heading towards a replay at Woodside Road, Ollie Pearce put the Reds ahead to turn the game on its head with two minutes of normal time remaining.
Slough piled men forward in search of an equaliser, and Worthing broke deep in injury time through Pearce who scored his second and Worthing’s third to secure a 3-1 win.
The club then met at Woodside Road a month later in the league:
Javan Splatt converted a penalty won by Reece Meekums to put Worthing a goal up inside the first 10 minutes.
The Reds’ lead would only last five minutes, though, after Scott Davies equalised for Slough with the score reading a goal apiece at half time.
On the hour mark, the visitors turned the game on its head through Josh Jackman to make it 2-1.
With time running out, Dan Bowry scored his first goal in a Worthing shirt to make the score 2-2 and share the spoils.
Despite his red card on Tuesday night, Mo Dabre is available for selection on Saturday, with the suspension only kicking in before Tuesday night’s trip to Ebbsfleet.
Reuben Livesy Austin is back available after recovering from tonsillitis this week.
Adult (18-64) – £15
Concession (65+) – £9
Student (16-17, Student) – £5
Child (5-15) – £3
Infant (0-4) – Free
From the M25 (north): Exit at Junction 16 and join the M40 to Uxbridge/London (West). At Junction 1, exit and follow signs to Slough/A412/Uxbridge/A4020. At the roundabout, exit onto Denham Road (A412). Continue over two roundabouts and at the ‘Five Points’ roundabout (with the Crooked Billet pub/restaurant), take the third exit and continue on Uxbridge Road (A412). Continue at the first set of lights, and at the second turn right onto Church Lane. Continue over two roundabouts, passing The South Buckinghamshire Golf Club and then Slough Cemetery & Crematorium on your right hand side. Continue over one more mini-roundabout and the entrance to Arbour Park will be on your left hand side.
From the M25 (south): Exit at Junction 15 (signposted Reading/Slough) onto the M4. Exit the M4 at Junction 5 (signposted Colnbrook/Datchet/Langley). Head west on London Road (A4). Pass the Sainsbury’s Superstore on your right hand side and drive straight over the roundabout, continuing on London Road. Pass the Tesco Slough Extra store and then the turning to Slough Rail station on your right and at the next junction, turn right onto Stoke Road (B416). Continue along Stoke Road for 0.7 miles, going straight ahead at the crossroads with Shaggy Calf Lane and Elliman Avenue (following the signpost to Slough Cemetery & Crematorium, Wexham Park Hospital and Stoke Poges). The entrance to Arbour Park is a few hundred yards further on the right hand side.
Take the Southern service train to Victoria, then take the Circle line to Paddington. After this, take the Elizabeth Line to Slough, where the ground is approximately a 25-minute walk from the station.
Alternatively, take the Southern service train to East Croydon, then the Thameslink service to Farringdon. After this, take the Elizabeth Line to Slough, where the ground is approximately a 25-minute walk from the station.