Dennis Greene has named an unchanged starting XI as Boston United prepare for the game which could define their season.
The Pilgrims, fifth in the National League North, host Nuneaton Town, who sit a place and a point behind them.
The Boro have a game in hand, their midweek journey to Bradford Park Avenue, so Boston know that only a victory today can assure them the advantage going into Saturday’s final match of the campaign.
Manager Greene has kept the faith with the side which earned a goalless draw at fellow promotion chasers Harrogate Town last weekend, stretching the side’s unbeaten streak to four contests.
The Pilgrims have welcomed defender Joe Burgess back to the bench from injury, however Liam Marrs and Richard Jones remain sidelined.
UNITED: Spiess, Mills, Brown, Piergianni, McEvoy, Garner, Roberts, Hilliard, Felix, Southwell, Rollins; Subs: Robinson, M. Jones, Lavelle-Moore, Johnson, Burgess.
NUNEATON: : Smith, Warburton, Maguire, Rowe-Turner, C. Keane, Morgan, Byrne, Scott, Whitehouse, Duffy, Sanogo; Subs: Reid, Ironside, Waite, Lane, De La Paz.