Boston United v Worcester City: Match preview
Boston United manager Dennis Greene has demanded a positive response from his side against Worcester City tomorrow in the wake of their first Skrill North defeat of the season.
After taking seven points from their first three games, the Pilgrims were routed 3-0 at North Ferriby on Monday.
Greene said Boston were out-muscled by a physical Ferriby side, but is expecting struggling Worcester to pose a different challenge at the Jakemans Stadium.
Carl Heeley’s side are still looking for their first win of the season after two defeats and two draws from their first four games.
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“They’ll pass the ball and won’t be as physical as North Ferriby,” said Greene.
“It’s a home game and if we win on Saturday we’ll have 10 points. Two points per game after five games would be very pleasing so we’re still in a great position.
“North Ferriby lost 5-0 (at Harrogate) on Saturday and then produced a performance like that on Monday. So if we can get three points on Saturday, we will be all smiles again.
We’ve had four games, we’ve done really well in three and not so well in the fourth. The players just need to do what we ask of them, which is try and pass it and show composure on the ball.”
The Pilgrims will be without striker Charley Sanders, who begins a three-match suspension, while midfielder Gary Mills has joined King's Lynn on a three-month loan deal.