Can the Pilgrims shoot down the Seagulls?

Mark Jones in action for United against Colwyn Bay.
Mark Jones in action for United against Colwyn Bay.

Boston United will be looking to extend their good run of form against Colwyn Bay when they host the Seagulls this afternoon.

United have not been beaten by the Bay in their previous six meetings, a run which manager Dennis Greene is keen to continue.

In fact, the Seagulls’ last success against United came on February 7, 2012.

It is their only victory against the Pilgrims in eight matches since Boston dropped out of the Football League.

Since that match, United have recorded five wins and a draw.

Dayle Southwell netted a brace as Boston left Llanelian Road with all three points in August, Scott Garner also scoring in a 3-2 victory.

Last season Zak Mills scored a stoppage-time equaliser, his first goal for the club, as Boston left North Wales with a 3-3 draw to add to the 2-1 victory they recorded earlier that campaign.

The 2012-13 season saw United beat Colwyn Bay three times.

At York Street they won 1-0 in the league and 3-1 in the FA Trophy, as well as earning a 2-0 success at Llanelian Road.

The previous season saw the Bay earn their 3-2 victory following a 2-2 draw in Lincolnshire, which saw Ben Milnes grab a stoppage-time leveller to earn a point in a match packed with plenty of needle.

Kick off today will be at 3pm.