Sky Bet League 2
Tuesday 5th April 2016
The Lamex Stadium, Stevenage, SG2 8RH
Referee: Nick Kinseley
Advance tickets are available until midnight tonight online at www.borotickets.co.uk. Tickets are on sale tomorrow in the club shop (from midday) and also at the cash turnstiles at Category B match day prices.
Darren Sarll is expected to name a similar squad to that which won at Luton on Saturday. Keith Keane was absent from that victory with a knock but could return, as could Byron Harrison following illness.
Yeovil could be without defender Darren Ward who missed Saturday's win over Newport County through injury, whilst winger Jack Compton limped off in that game and could also miss out.
View from the dressing room:
The story so far…
Yeovil come into this game in 19th position in League 2, just four points ahead of Boro. The fact they are now 13 points clear of the relegation zone points to a remarkable turnaround for the Glovers, whose form in the first half of the season left them struggling close to the bottom and facing the real possibility of a third successive relegation, after a solitary year in the Championship in 13/14. Manager Paul Sturrock paid the price for that form but his replacement Darren Way has steadied the ship and improved results, with Yeovil now unbeaten at home since November and they have only lost three times in 2016.
They come into this game with three wins from their last five games. They secured three 1-0 victories against Newport, Notts County and Mansfield, whilst picking up a point against Carlisle (0-0) and suffering a 3-0 defeat away at Cambridge.
Head to Head:
Yeovil have the upper-hand over Boro with 9 wins from 25 games between the two sides. Stevenage have 6 victories and the most common result has been a draw, of which there have been 10.
Our last meeting:
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