Both sides will be aiming to banish the memories of FA Cup with Budweiser exits last weekend. The Pilgrims had two players sent off en route to a 3-1 home defeat by Altrincham, while Worcester were beaten 1-0 courtesy of a last-gasp goal at Bromley.
Jason Lee will be hoping to have the bulk of his selection options available, although full-back Gary Silk is unlikely to figure due to hamstring trouble.
Young strikers Charley Sanders and Korey Dyer-Stewart are once again included in the United squad.
Ben Fairclough and Spencer Weir-Daley are eligible to play as their suspensions do not start for another week.
Worcester have collected six points from five away matches to date — with a victory over Solihull Moors (1-0) and a defeat at Gainsborough Trinity (1-0) adding to three draws on the road.
Last season’s corresponding fixture ended 3-2 in Worcester’s favour.
Fancy a flutter? Blue Square Bet have priced the Pilgrims at 6/5, City at 13/8 and the draw at 5/2.
BLUE SQUARE ODDS: Boston United v Worcester City
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Saturday’s match referee is Martin Coy.