Farsley Celtic will be looking to build on Tuesday’s win over Brackley Town on Friday, as we travel to Boston United.
The Celts head back on the road for the first time after a run of four consecutive games at the Citadel, and visit a side who sit just three points above them in the table.
That run of four-straight home games saw Russ Wilcox’s side collect seven valuable points, which have seen a four-point gap open to the relegation zone.
However, this weekend marks a pivotal point in the fight for survival, with the Celts facing two fellow relegation-threatened sides in Boston and Blyth Spartans.
Farsley visits a Pilgrims side who have themselves seen a resurgence of late to push them clear of the trap door, with Ian Culverhouse’s side unbeaten in five games.
That run has seen Boston record some crucial victories in the relegation battle, with Blyth Spartans, Bradford (Park Avenue) and Leamington all defeated in March.
Speaking after Tuesday’s win, Dave Syers said: “It just gives us a load of confidence going into, really, two crucial games over Easter.
“It frees up a little bit with Boston away, but we know how key Blyth here on Monday is going to be.
“The great thing is, after where we’ve been this season, it is in our hands, and the confidence that the lads have got we’re going to be backing ourselves.”
Bobby Johnson and Luke Parkin have both been ruled out for the remainder of the season through injury.
Isaac Assenso continues to near a comeback from an injury sustained whilst on loan at Guiseley.
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