Pilgrims boss Jason Lee has called on the Boston United fans to come out in force and help cheer his team into the FA Trophy first round.
On Saturday, the amber and blacks host Blue Square Bet North rivals Colwyn Bay in the third qualifying round.
The match is the second of four consecutive home matches for the Pilgrims.
And if they progress and get a home draw in the next round on November 24, that will mean six consecutive Saturdays will see Boston in action at York Street.
Lee knows that so many matches in such a short space of time will burn holes in the fans’ pockets.
But he is urging them not to give this game a miss.
He said: “I understand that (it will be expensive).
“Whether they’re all bunched together or spaced out they’re going to come to the games.
“I would urge them, put your hands in your pockets.
“Support us for these games and get behind us.
“If we can kick on from those four games then we will all benefit.
“There will be times when we’re on the road, but we appreciate everything.
“Don’t think ‘I’ll wait’, come and support us and help us get the job done.”
United have reached the second round of the FA Trophy for the past two seasons.
Last year they claimed the scalps of Hyde and Workington before being knocked out at Dartford.
Boston have already won 2-0 at Colwyn Bay this season.