Everything you need to know ahead of Saturday's game...
Tickets are available for Stevenage fans from the Huish Park Ticket Office on Saturday at the below prices.
Please note that if you would like to save a few quid, please call 01935 847888 before midday on Saturday to buy at the advance prices.
Before 12pm: Adult: £21 | Senior/Disabled: £17 | Young Person: £10 | Junior: £3
After 12pm: Adult: £24 | Senior/Disabled: £21 | Young Person: £12 | Junior: £3
Need a lift to the game? The Supporters Association Coach leaves the Lamex Stadium at 9:30am and costs £20 for non-members and £25 for SA members and non-members.
- Onto the game...
Stevenage are looking to make it five games unbeaten to start the season at Huish Park on Saturday after two wins and two draws up to this point.
Tuesday’s goalless draw at Forest Green was a demanding game in which Stevenage had to battle hard to preserve the clean-sheet and with nearly 600 miles to travel this week, it is without question one of the most challenging weeks of the season.
The team has pretty much a clean bill of health though, only Danny Newton currently a doubt as he recovers from a rib injury sustained at Crawley.
Yeovil have had a solid start to the season with 1 win, 2 draws and only 1 defeat.
The Glovers have arguably had the stand-out result of the season though, a 4-0 away win at promotion favourites Notts County last Friday which made the division stand up and take notice.
Referee: Tom Yield
Assistant Referee 1: Ravel Cheosiaua
Assistant Referee 2: Marvyn Amphlett
Fourth Official: Steven Plane
- View from the camp...
“We are working on that to be even better, I thought we conceded one or two too many chances on Tuesday, although we dealt with them well, but we do not want to give them any chances hopefully.
"We want to be on the front foot, we want to be attacking teams and hopefully we do not concede any chances. In terms of being in possession I think we created one or two chances on Tuesday night, but we want to create more. The more opportunities we make, the better chance we have of scoring goals.”
- Previous meetings…
Overall it is Yeovil who have the stronger head-to-head record, winning 10 games to 7 with a whopping 13 draws.
Huish Park hasn’t been much of a happy hunting ground for the past 6 years. Boro’s last win in Somerset came in 2012, a 3-1 win thanks to goals from Filipe Morais, James Dunne and Lucas Akins.
- Online coverage...
iFollow subscribers will also be able to access full match highlights along with all the post-match reaction on Sunday.