Boston Town have a rare chance to enjoy home comforts as they look to gain ground on Harborough

Gary Edgley.
Gary Edgley.

Boston Town will be keen to build on their impressive recent home form as they look to claim ground on Harborough Town this afternoon.

Matches at the DWB Stadium have been rare treats in recent weeks, with only three of the past 13 matches played on home soil - just 270 minutes of action in Boston since September 22.

It has been frustrating for Gary Edgley’s side as their last three home contests have seen them put in impressive performances.

It took a late goal for runaway leaders Daventry to claim the three points following a 2-1 win in Town’s last home contest on November 10.

But prior to that the Poachers recorded back-to-back home wins against Cogenhoe United (1-0) and Wellingborough Whitworth (2-1).

Harborough currently sit in 15th spot in the UCL Premier, three places and six points above Boston.

They arrive on the back of two wins, having defeated Newport Pagnell 5-1 on Saturday and Northampton ON Chenecks 2-0 seven days earlier, ending a four-match losing streak.

Kick off at the DWB Stadium will be at 3pm.