The Harriers will be glad to be back on their travels this weekend after last weeks disappointing home defeat against Torquay Utd.
Although we usually fare better away from home this Boston game could be a tough one. Their home record is exemplary, it's the away form that's bad.
They've won their last four home games and will be hoping to add the Harriers to their collection of scalps. Last season they won the corresponding game 3-0.
Utd have just strengthened their squad by bringing in Adam Boyd on loan from Hartlepool and look to be about to sign Chris Hogg from Ipswich after the young defender was released by the hard up 1st Division side earlier this week.
They will be welcoming Matt Hockley from injury. Hockley had to have stitches to a wound above his eye after the Pilgrims defeat at Doncaster last week.
Out for them will be Tom Bennett who is serving a one match ban and also Simon Weatherstone (groin) and Stuart Douglas (neck).
Returning to Boston will be our loan signing, Andy White. He never really struck it off there but has been better for us and will be looking forward to showing them what they've lost out on.
We will probably be unchanged from last Saturday with the only change possibly being that of Adie Smith making way for Kenny Coleman.
Today Jan confirmed that Jesper Christiansen is definitely on his way here but it won't be before Christmas. The paperwork needs to be sorted out in Denmark before he can come over.
Brock, Danby, Stamps, Gadsby, Hatswell, Burton, Coleman, Smith, Hinton, D Williams, Parrish, Bennett, Betts, Shilton, Henriksen, White, J Williams, Lewis.
Bastock, Croudson, Balmer, Ellender, Greaves, Clarke, Beavers, N Thompson, Chapman, Hocking, L Thompson, Angel, Brough, Freeman, Redfearn, Sutch, Jones, Rusk, Boyd, Duffield.