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Stuart Dalgleish 23rd Mar 2009 - 19:17

Boro can shatter Histon at the Glass World

Play-off hopefuls Histon and Stevenage lock horns in what should be a tough test for Steve Fallon's men.

The Stutes will be confident of claiming all three points though as they have one of the best home records in the division, only suffering defeat once at The Glass World Stadium this season but in Stevenage they welcome a side in a rich vein of form.

Graham Westley's Boro booked a place at Wembley at the weekend, Peter Vincenti's last-minute goal defeated Ebbsfleet United in the FA Trophy semi-final and in doing so broke the clubs record for the most games undefeated - 21.

The home side are priced at 5/4 to emerge victorious from this game. The draw, which both teams have achieved nine times this season, is 11/5. The visitors are available at 7/4; it's quite tempting considering they haven't lost on their travels since the start of December.

Jack Midson has been leading the line for the hosts this season, notching 14 times in 35 League games, he's 6/1 to open the scoring and 7/4 to pounce at anytime in the match. Jamie Barker has scored five in his last five starts and is 9/1 to strike first in this game or 10/3 to grab one at any point of the game.

Steve Morison is the top scorer in the division with 20 goals to his name and is available at 5/1 to get the first of the game, he bagged two goals in this fixture last season, can he go one better and claim a hat-trick? He can be backed at 33/1 to take home the match ball with three goals in this game.

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