Boston Town bid to shut out the Foundrymen

Ben Good in action for Town during their last win, Saturday's 2-0 victory over Cogenhoe.
Ben Good in action for Town during their last win, Saturday's 2-0 victory over Cogenhoe.

Cut out giving away silly fouls and you can win at Stewarts and Lloyds Corby.

That is the message Boston Town will be given on Saturday.

The Poachers will travel to the Recreation Ground (KO 3pm), looking to go one better than the 2-2 draw the two opponents played out at Tattershall Road last month.

Mark Foster and Josh Ford scored for Town on that occasion.

After going two matches without conceding, against Cogenhoe and Sleaford, manager Ian Dunn is looking make it a hat-trick against the Foundrymen.

He said: “We played them recently so we know what to expect.

“Their goals came from a free kick and a penalty, so if we don’t give away as many free kicks around our box then we may do ok.

“We’ve defended really well lately, so hopefully that can continue.”

Lori Borbely will return for Town following his one-match suspension.

The fixture will be the first of four straight away matches for Town.

They will travel to face Irchester (April 13), Desborough (April 16) and Huntingdon Town (April 20).