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United set for Harriers away day

1 week ago By Craig Singleton

Boston United will be aiming to build upon their positive away form when they travel to Kidderminster Harriers on Saturday afternoon.

The Pilgrims have won four and drawn three of their 11 away matches to date in Vanarama National League North — with a trip to Aggborough next up (kick-off 3.00pm).

United boss Craig Elliott could hand a second start to Alfreton Town loanee Callum Chettle, following his debut in last weekend's 2-1 home defeat to Altrincham.

Elliott is also hopeful that Jay Rollins could return after sitting out the Altrincham encounter.

Harriers, who parted company with manager Neil Macfarlane earlier in the week, have suffered back-to-back defeats in the northeast against Darlington (3-0) and Spennymoor Town (2-1).

Last season's corresponding fixture ended 1-1, although the Pilgrims were beaten 2-0 on the same ground in a Buildbase FA Trophy replay later in the season.

Saturday's match referee is James Bell, who took charge of the Pilgrims' opening day victory over Guiseley in August.

POSTCODE FOR SAT NAV: DY10 1NB.
BUSA COACH DEPARTURE: 10.00am.
UNITED COLOURS: Amber/Black.
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Updated 09:00 - 11 Jan 2019 by Craig Singleton

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First Team Leamington
League 15:00
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Ladies Nettleham
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First Team Guiseley
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