In-form Boston Town looking to make it a famous five at the expense of struggling Irchester United

Callum Stocks is mobbed after hitting Town's fourth.
Callum Stocks is mobbed after hitting Town's fourth.

Boston Town want to make it a famous five wins in a row as they head off to basement side Irchester United on Saturday.

A hard-fought 4-3 victory over third-placed Quorn saw Ian Dunn and Matt Hocking stretch their side’s winning streak to four matches at the weekend.

But Dunn has warned his side they cannot afford to be complacent against the Romans (KO 3pm).

“They’ve won one game in the league all season. Everyone looks at our form and thinks it’ll be an away win,” Dunn said.

“But the reason we’ve done so well lately is because we’ve approached the games in the right way.

“We’ve worked hard and done things our way.

“If we turn up expecting a win we’ll be badly mistaken.”

Town - who currently top the UCL Premier form table - stormed into a 3-0 lead at home on Saturday.

Ollie Pinner and Josh Ford both found the net from the edge of the penalty area, either side of Ben Good’s strong finish after a battle with the away side’s keeper.

Quorn pulled it back to 3-2 with a goal either side of the break, but Callum Stock’s run and finish gave the Poachers a comfortable cushion.

Quorn grabbed their third with almost the last kick of the game.

“We deserved the lead, we blasted out of the traps,” Dunn said.

“We don’t look a different side, but we’re playing with a lot more confidence right now.

“We’re working hard for each other.

“There’s no reason why we can’t get into the top 10, and then go even higher.

“If we play our game then we’ll do well.”