Half-time: Boston United 0 Bradford Park Avenue 1
Boston United are up against it in their quest for a fourth successive victory after conceding for the first time under manager Dennis Greene.
Boston made a bright start with Ben Fairclough forcing John Lamb into a smart save after getting on the end of an Ian Ross free-kick.
But United failed to build on that and were soon on the backfoot against an impressive Bradford outfit.
After several near misses the visitors took the lead in farcical fashion in the 27th minute. After losing possession in midfield, keeper Dan Haystead came rushing out of his area. However, he was beaten to the ball which was then slipped to Alex Davidson, who slotted into an empty net.
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Boston rallied before the break with Fairclough rattling the bar with a long-range drive.
On the stroke of half-time, Conor Marshall replaced the injured Jason Field.
Pilgrims: Haystead, Silk, Lister, Watt, Field (Marshall 45), Reed, Ross, Milnes, Fairclough, Newsham, Weir-Daley.
Subs: Stainfield, Ward, Sanders, Nuttell.