Boston United v Harrogate Town: Match preview
Dennis Greene says Boston United can banish their FA Cup blues by extending Harrogate Town’s losing run to six games.
The Pilgrims crashed out of the cup in the third qualifying round last weekend, losing 2-0 at Skrill North promotion rivals Brackley Town.
However, Greene’s side remain in good shape in the league and will go into tomorrow’s clash fifth in the table.
In contrast, Harrogate, managed by ex-Boston and Lincoln City defender Simon Weaver, are in the midst of a poor run of form.
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The North Yorkshire side have lost their last five games in all competitions and have not even scored in their last three.
“We’ve got to bounce back. So far this season we haven’t lost more than one game (in a row). If we can bounce back on Saturday, we’ll soon forget about the FA Cup,” said Greene, who should have skipper Ian Ross available to face Town.
The midfielder, who joined Boston from Harrogate in November 2011, missed the defeat to Brackley with a foot injury.
“He’ll be fine. The top of his foot was sore, but he should be back,” added Greene.
However, the United boss could be reluctant to drop recent signing Jake Hall, who impressed on his first start for the club against Brackley.
Another new signings, left-back Rene Steer, is set to go straight into the squad after arriving from St Neots earlier this week.