Eastleigh will seek to make it three successive home wins in a row when they face Woking tonight in the National League after the Spitfires 3-1 victory over York City on Saturday.

Paul McCallum has been monumental to the Hampshire side’s good fortune of late as the striker has been ruthless in front of goal.

The forward has scored 12 goals in as many games with a brace against the Yorkshire side at the weekend ensuring Eastleigh’s recent dominance in games continue.

The 30-year-old has started to turn the screw for his side as they have been clawing their way back up the National League table after a slow start to the season, which saw former manager Lee Bradbury get sacked.

The striker has the best minutes per goal ration in the league with a goal every 97 minutes as they go into tonight’s fixture winning four out of their last five encounters.

Woking will travel to the Silverlake Stadium with only one win in five outings as they sit four points below the Spitfires in the table.

Woking’s last league win came against AFC Fylde in a 2-0 victory at the end of last month.

If Eastleigh’s current form doesn’t fill them with confidence, their recent form against tonight’s opponent certainly will.

They have won four out of their last five head to heads; the latest win coming at the Silverlake Stadium in a 1-0 victory back in February against the Surrey side.

Eastleigh’s Assistant manager, Jason Bristow, reflected on the Spitfires win against York City on Saturday.

“We were really good first half, possibly the best we have played all season.

“They are a hard team to break down, our shape was good and we moved the ball well whilst being patient in possession.

“The lads are working hard in training, the games are a reward for their hard weeks work.

“If we put the ball into the box, Macca [Paul McCallum] is going to score goals, it was probably against the run of play his first goal but it was a great finish.

“It was a typical Macca goal, header at the back post.”

“There were many other performances that I thought were very good individually, overall, it was a good day.”