We’re going to win it! Boston United boss Greene adamant Pilgrims will play their normal game at Chorley

Dennis Greene celebrates with assistant Martyn Bunce.
Dennis Greene celebrates with assistant Martyn Bunce.

Dennis Greene says there’ll be no holding back as his Boston United side take on Chorley in the promotion race this evening.

The Pilgrims travel to Victory Park for the first leg of their Vanarama North play-off semi-final (KO 7.45pm), looking to put one foot into the final.

And although some bosses may take a cautious approach ahead of the return leg at the Jakemans Stadium on Saturday (3pm), Greene says his squad are at their most deadly when they’re going for the jugular.

“We’ll approach it in the same manner we do every game, we’re a solid team and we’re looking to go there and win the match and then finish the job off at home,” said Greene, after the weekend’s goalless draw with Leamington secured third spot.

“You’ll se a different Boston on Wednesday, they’ll be fired up.”

Dayle Southwell’s finish and Mark Ross’ own goal helped Boston win 2-1 against the Magpies earlier this season, with the contest in Lincolnshire finishing goalless.

“We’re looking forward to it, this is what we’ve played all season for,” Greene added.

“We’re playing well and we’ve got a fit squad. I believe we’ve got every chance.

“We’re not used to this type of football, two-legged games, so nobody’s really got any experience in it.

“We’ll just approach it as a cup final and try not to concede a goal and make sure we’ll have an advantage when we come home.”