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Matchday: Stevenage vs Morecambe

6 February 2021

Stevenage are back in action at 3pm this afternoon to take on Morecambe in Sky Bet League Two...

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After's Tuesday's blip against Exeter, Alex Revell spoke about getting back on track and continuing to put in positive performances moving forward. 

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Report: Stevenage 2-2 Morecambe

6 February 2021

Jim Steele

Stevenage and Morecambe walked away with a point each at The Lamex Stadium this afternoon, after a frantic game which ended 2-2 with goals for Boro in both halves...

Alex Revell named four changes from Tuesday's defeat to Exeter, with James-Wildin, Arthur Read, Joe Martin and Chris Lines coming in for Ben Coker, Romain Vincelot, Remeao Hutton and Jack Smith.
Morecambe started brightly in the contest, creating an early opening after just two minutes when John O'Sullivan's clever flick released Aaron Wildig through on goal, but the striker failed to trouble David Stockdale, dragging his effort wide of the near post. 
Wildig looked dangerous once more, this time finding space on the far post and heading just over the bar from a Carlos Mendes-Gomes cross. 
Boro took the lead on eight minutes, after a Stevenage corner fell to Elliott List on the edge of the box, who unleashed a powerful volley which whizzed past Kyle Letheren into the bottom right corner.
Morecambe looked to hit back as O'Sullivan delivered a teasing ball into the box, but neither Mendes Gomes or Kyle Stockton could latch onto the cross. 
The visitors looked to win the aerial battles in the final third as Stepthen Hendrie hanged a cross up for the onrushing Toumani Diagouraga, who headed over the bar from point blank range. 
Stevenage went in search of a second and nearly found it as List galloped through the midfield before finding Matty Stevens, who produced a solid double save from Letheren.
Morecambe levelled the score on 27 minutes after Hendrie found an unmarked Diagouraga who neatly finished past Stockdale inside the box.
Joe Martin came close to restoring Boro's lead a minute later, producing an excellent stop from Letheren from a well-placed free-kick just outside the box. 
Stockton gave the visitors the lead on 31 minutes in a frantic first half as Kyle Stockton latched onto a long through ball, beating his man before shooting past an outstretched Stockdale who could only manage to get a fingertip onto the ball.  
List looked to provide a bright spark for Boro, finding space on the right before beating his man and delivering a cross which was dealt with by Sam Lavelle. 
The second half commenced and Stevens looked to create an impact, forcing his way into the box before being closed off by the alert Alex Kenyon.
Boro edged closer and closer to an equaliser as the half went on, with Jack Aitchison's volley inside the box was blocked in the nick of time by Lavelle and out for a corner.
From the resulting corner, Ross Marshall won the ball, heading down into a good area but the ball dropped just behind an unmarked Stevens who failed to control his shot. 
Arthur Read tried his luck from distance on 70 minutes as Morecambe looked to sit back and defend their lead, restricting Boro to chances outside the box.
Luke Norris came closest to an equaliser, twisting and turning past his defender before unleashing a shot which went inches over the bar.
Boro were pressing and found a deserved equaliser with ten minutes remaining, as substitute Danny Newton's deflected effort was met in the air by Norris, powering his header through the gloves of Letheren and into the net for his first goal in Boro colours. 
Stevenage continued to pile on the pressure, now looking for a winner with lengthy spells of promising possession in the final third.
Boro managed one last roll of the dice, with substitute Ben Coker's deep cross connecting with Newton who rose highest, but failed to keep his header down.
The game ended 2-2 at the Lamex Stadium in a game dominated largely in spells by Boro. 
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