The Pilgrims last game was in the FA Cup against Leek Town, where they lost 2-0 and went out of the cup, after a 15 minute salvo by Leek. Boston are currently sat in 9th in the table, with their last game being a 2-0 loss against Hednesford. Hyde’s recent form includes a 3-3 draw against high fliers Chorley, but will be looking to make amends for their performance last weekend.
The last time these two sides met was back in 2012 in the Conference North, where over 1,000 people came to Ewen Fields to see the Tigers win the Conference North title with a game to spare. Reece Gray and Josh Brizell are the two players who are still in the squad who played in that game and the Tigers will be looking to do the same on Saturday.
The Tigers will be without Luke Giverin who serves his suspension after his red card against Leamington at the start of the month, so Scott Mcniven might hand a debut to Scott Kerr who has just signed on a one month loan from Bradford Park Avenue.
Hyde will be looking to get something from the game looking to next weekend where they play Leamington for the second time in a month, after the Worcester game was postponed due to Worcester beating Leamington in the FA Cup.