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Boston United v Hereford FC LIVE minute by minute updates

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  • HIGHLIGHTS
  • 20) Martin Woods' driven effort from outside the box forces Curtis Pond to tip the ball over.
  • 32) Boston hit on the break with Keziah Martin forcing Curtis Pond into a fine save down low.
  • Boston United 1 Hereford FC 0
  • 37) Jimmy Knowles with a wonder strike from outside the box leaving Pond helpless.
  • 42) Knowles takes aim again from outside the box which this time flies just wide.
  • 48) Knowles breaks into the Bulls box before firing his effort into the side-netting.
  • 53) Yusifu's Ceesay's cross misses everybody before rattling the Boston post.
  • 60) Keaton Ward sees his free-kick from a good position canon off the crossbar.
  • 77) Kelsey Mooney picks the ball up before firing his effort from the edge of the box just wide.
  • 90+1) Jimmy Knowles almost seals the win for Boston but his deflected effort loops over the crossbar.
  • 90+3) Cowley sees his header inside the box met by a fantastic Cameron Gregory save.
  • 90+6) Ceesay's cross comes down to Nathan Cameron whose effort is just wide.
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  • Attendance: 1,505 (110 away)
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  • TEAM NEWS
  • Hereford: Pond, Skinner, Livingstone, Teixeira (Tolley 80), Ceesay, Babos, Cowley, Mendes (Freemantle 67), Southern (Pugh 45), Cameron, Howkins
  • Subs: Downing, Rooney
  • Two changes for Hereford as Aurio Teixeira returns to the midfield after suspension and replaces loanee Tom Pugh.
  • Alex Babos returns from injury and is in for Ethan Freemantle who drops to the bench
  • Boston United: Gregory, Rowe, Nicholson, Bostwick, Leak, Ward, Woods, Mooney, Martin, J Knowles, Richards
  • Subs: Sephton, Edge, Hill, Wilson, T Knowles
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  • PRE-MATCH
  • HEREFORD FC have travelled to Boston United for their National League North fixture this afternoon.
  • Paul Caddis' side are on a good run of form in the league with three wins from four.
  • The Bulls have recorded back-to-back league wins which has taken them up to 10th.
  • A win for the visitors this afternoon could take them as high as 5th.
  • Today's hosts are a point behind the Bulls but having played one game more.
  • Boston have won just one of their last five and drawn two of their last three matches.
  • United were without a midweek game and suffered a 2-0 defeat at Farsley Celtic last weekend.
  • Despite their recent run of form Boston have been good at home in the league this season.
  • The Pilgrims have won five, drawn one and lost two at the Jakemans Community Stadium this season.

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