Stevenage face Port Vale on Tuesday night for the 14th time since the two clubs first played against each other 11 years ago...
The first meeting was a two legged FA Cup Round One tie in November of 2009, when Boro held the favoured Valiants to a 1-1 draw at Vale Park before succumbing to a 1-0 defeat back at The Lamex Stadium.
Stevenage and Port Vale met again just a few years later after Boro's promotion to the Football League and Graham Westley's side recorded the league double over Micky Adams' men in 2010/11, with a 3-1 away win and 1-0 home win.
The next time the two sides would meet was in 2013/14 as Port Vale joined Stevenage in League One and score draws were exchanged in the only games between Boro and Vale in the third tier.
A 1-0 defeat in the FA Cup First Round in 2016/17 was the next clash between the sides and with both clubs having played in Sky Bet League Two for the past three seasons, the clubs have become regular opponents.
In the last six meetings though, Stevenage have only won once, a 4-1 away win in 2018/19 thanks to goals from Kurtis Guthrie, Ilias Chair and a brace from Emmanuel Sonupe.
In total, Stevenage have won four, drawn six and lost just three games against tonight's opponents.