Match Preview – Boreham Wood (A)

All you need to know as we travel to face Boreham Wood in the Vanarama National League.

Boreham Wood v Barrow
Friday 30th March
Meadow Park


Boreham Wood’s Recent Form:

Our hosts have occupy sixth place in the league with one win in their last five games.

Last Saturday they fell to defeat at fellow promotion hopefuls Aldershot Town after a good win at home to Tranmere the previous week.


Last 3 league games:

Aldershot 2-0 Boreham Wood

Boreham Wood 2-1 Tranmere Rovers

Boreham Wood 1-1 Maidenhead United


Barrow’s Recent Form:

The Bluebirds recovered from a dissapointing result against Hartlepool to gain a point against Dover on Saturday. Despite being the better side over 90 minutes, Barrow couldn’t quite find the net with Calum Mcdonald going closest with a free kick which rebounded back off the post. These two home games followed a fantastic win away at Maidenhead, Luke James giving the Bluebirds all three points with a good finish just after the break.


Last 3 league games:

Barrow 0-0 Dover

Barrow 1-2 Hartlepool

Maidenhead 0-1 Barrow


Last Time Out:

The Bluebirds hosted Boreham Wood earlier in the season at the Furness Building Society Stadium. Goals from Jack Barthram and Bedsente Gomis secured three points for the Bluebirds despite having Alex Ray Harvey sent off just before half time.

You can see the highlights of that game here:




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Tickets and Travel:

You can find all the ticket and travel info you need in our away ground guide below. Make sure you save it to your phone for easy access on match day!

Please Note: This game is segregated. Barrow fans will be situated on the South Stand terrace, with some seats made available in the West stand.



Due to the game being segregated, unfortunately Barrow fans are not permitted in the home bar. The town centre is a short walk away from the ground with a few pubs and places to grab some food before the game!