Boston United 0 Guiseley 0: Half-time report
Boston United are being held by manager-less Guiseley following a feisty first half at the Jakemans Stadium.
The Pilgrims felt the Lions should have been reduced to 10 men after just 10 minutes when striker Craig Hobson appeared to catch Scott Garner with a stray elbow as they both went up for the ball.
Hobson escaped with a booking, but the Boston defender was forced off with a nasty-looking head injury and was replaced by fellow centre-back Stefan Galinski.
United dominated possession after that, but struggled to create clear-cut chances.
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The best opportunities of the half fell to Guiseley, who sacked long-serving manager Steve Kittrick earlier this week. Gavin Rothery and Adam Priestley were both denied by the legs of keeper Ashley Timms after breaking into the Boston box.
Pilgrims: Timms, Bore, Piergianni, Garner (Galinski 10), Sansara, Marshall, Ross, Milnes, Miller, Newsham, Weir-Daley.
Subs: Fairclough, Reed, Vince (gk), Clunan.