Frank Sinclair’s side will be looking to build upon Tuesday evening’s convincing victory over Stafford Rangers as they return to league action this weekend with a trip to Boston United.
The Pitmen haven’t played a league game in two weeks due to consecutive postponements against AFC Telford United and North Ferriby United.
This game against Boston gives Hednesford the chance to record their first league double of the season after memorably beating the Pilgrims in the last minute of stoppage time for a 3-2 victory at Keys Park back in September.
Ahead of the game Sinclair said:
“It is another tough game for us again; the game against Harrogate and the one that we were due to play against North Ferriby at home were both going to be tough ones.
“You have got to play them all though and we certainly go there with more confidence following a performance like we put in on Tuesday. If we can work as hard as that then we will go to Boston looking to cause problems.”
The manager is set to be without Andy Todd who is recovering after breaking his arm, while Tom James will face a late fitness test after suffering a hamstring injury. Midfielder Phil Trainer is also serving the second of his four game ban.
The Pitmen will be wearing their home strip for the game at The Jakemans Stadium.
The Jakemans Stadium
Visiting fans will be house in the Lincolnshire Co-operative Stand
Children (16 years and under): £4
Adult x1 and Child x1: £14
Adult x1 and Child x2: £17
Adult x2 and Child x2: £28