Boston United want to right wrongs against Vauxhall Motors, says Tom Ward

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TOM Ward believes Boston United are heading off to Vauxhall Motors to right some wrongs tonight.

The Pilgrims have been left smarting for a fortnight after their last-gasp 3-2 defeat at Colwyn Bay.

And with postponements affecting the fixture list, Ward says the club is chomping at the bid to put that result behind them.

“It’s been frustrating not having a game, especially as we lost our last one,” he told The Standard.

“You want to put that right as soon as possible and we’ve been left waiting and thinking about the result.

“We want to get another win as soon as possible.”

Danny Sleath and Marc Newsham twice gave Boston the lead in north Wales 14 days ago, but the club left empty-handed after Karl Noon’s late strike from distance.

As well as wanting to banish those memories, the Pilgrims will be eager to get one over the Motormen tonight.

Boston suffered a shock 2-1 home defeat to this evening’s opponents at York Street back in August.

On that day striker Lawrie Dudfield saw two efforts saved off the line as the Pilgrims’ late consolation came via an own goal.

Kevin Holsgrove, who began the season with United, is a member of the Motors squad.

Struggling Motors, who sit 20th in the Blue Square Bet North, have won four and drawn four of their 14 home matches to date this season.

Kick off is at 7.45pm.