Boro get ready for top-of-table clash

STEVENAGE Borough face fellow promotion contenders Oxford United in a top-of-the-table clash at the Lamex Stadium on Tuesday evening. The Us have sold out their allocation of 1,700 tickets for the match and Boro fans can pay on the turnstiles for the firs

STEVENAGE Borough face fellow promotion contenders Oxford United in a top-of-the-table clash at the Lamex Stadium on Tuesday evening.

The Us have sold out their allocation of 1,700 tickets for the match and Boro fans can pay on the turnstiles for the first of two huge games for Graham Westley's men who face third place Luton Town on Saturday at 1pm.

Gates open at 6.30pm for the Oxford match and Stevenage fans are being urged to come a little earlier than usual as the gates are expected to be very busy.

Speaking about the game, chairman Phil Wallace told the club's official website: "The next two games at the Lamex will go a long way towards deciding who wins the league championship this year.


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"Any Stevenage fans reading this message should spread the word to their workmates, friends, family and neighbours to come and join us on Tuesday night.

"The lads have done unbelievably well to get in front of well financed clubs like Luton and Oxford and we need to show our support for the job they're doing.

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"I've watched our team grow and grow over 18 months, getting better as each month passes. To be honest our fans have grown with us too - the support at Crawley on Saturday was magnificent and we need to keep that going.

"The spirit that Graham and his team have instilled in our camp and the options available to him from 22 very talented players is exceptional. We've waited years for a first versus second game like this, so make sure you come along and help us win.

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