Wrexham 2-1 Woking
This week's flashback takes us to the 7th January 2017 and the last encounter between these two side that will face off again at My Racecourse on Saturday.
Wrexham came out on top in a close encounter that was described as a highly entertaining game by those watching on.
In our 'GOALS' feature on YouTube we catch up with the action in the 52nd minute and a throw-in on the near side.
Wrexham are initially forced back by Woking but quickly retained the front foot. Jordan White calmly found John Rooney who took on a side footed effort from the edge of the area.
It was placed to perfection and found it's way into the bottom corner of the net for the red's to finally take the lead.
Woking struck back just four minutes later with a sweeping move up field. Fabio Saraiva headed home from close range with Wrexham's appeals for offside waved away by the officials.
Wrexham were gearing up to make a change on 61 minutes but elected to take a quick throw instead. White turned provder for the second time in the match with Rob Evans getting in front of his man to put Wrexham back ahead.
Like a match winning goal, a save or two can sometimes be as effective. Step forward Chris Dunn....
The stopper made a sting of fantastic saves during the latter stages of the game, including an outstanding double save in the 70th minute.
Wrexham: Dunn, Carrington, Tilt, Barry, Jennings, Smith (Powell 61'), Riley, Rooney, White, McLeod, Evans
Substitutes (not used): Jalal, Bencherif, Davies, Harry
Woking: Poke, Thomas, Murtagh, Ugwu, Jones, Ralph, Saah (Sutherland 89'), Saraiva, C. Hall (Kandi 71'), Ferdinand (Carterat 80'), Lewis
Substitutes (not used): Caprice, B. Hall