JOHN Chand believes it will take a repeat of the Tigers’ best performance during his time at the club to take the points at Newport Pagnell Town on Saturday.
The boss is proud of the 2-0 home win back in August, largely because it was achieved with ten players following Dean Elston’s red card in just the fifth minute.
Chand said: “It’s going to take something similar to win at such a tough place.”
Revenge is on his mind when the Tigers go to Spalding United in the League Cup on Tuesday (7.45pm). Chand admits that the 2-0 league defeat at the Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field in September “left a bad taste”.
But the Tigers might have to manage without Wes Lewis, Paul Goodhand, Andrew Tidswell and Ben Brown.
Meanwhile, Boston Town have lodged a request to speak to Lawrence Lambley but Chand says the full-back has already indicated that he wants to stay at Carter’s Park.