Boston Town head off to Deeping Rangers tonight - aiming to right a wrong.
The Poachers felt hard done by when Matt Heron’s last-gasp goal gave their Lincolnshire rivals all three points in the UCL Premier fixture at Tattershall Road this season.
“We felt the score was harsh on us,” said joint-manager Ian Dunn following the 2-1 defeat.
“We did well to get back into the match, only for them to score in the last minute.
“Hopefully, we can do better this time.”
Ex-Boston United midfielder Harry Deane put Deeping ahead with a brilliant curling effort.
But Boston thought they had snatched a point as Ollie Pinner headed them level with three minutes left.
However, Heron had the final say.
Tonight’s clash kicks off at 7.45pm.