Boro looking for fifth consecutive win

Boro go in search of their fifth consecutive win in the league this evening when they travel to Ebbsfleet United. Midfielder Darren Murphy is welcomed back into the fold after serving a one-match suspension against Salisbury City although manager Graham

Boro go in search of their fifth consecutive win in the league this evening when they travel to Ebbsfleet United.

Midfielder Darren Murphy is welcomed back into the fold after serving a one-match suspension against Salisbury City although manager Graham Westley could decide to stick with the same XI that came away from the Raymond McEnhill Stadium with all three points on Saturday.

Ebbsfleet won for the first time in 15 matches against Mansfield at the weekend and Westley knows Liam Daish's side will prove to be no pushovers despite their lowly position in the table.

"They are a club that has progressed very well over recent seasons although they have had a difficult year so far," said Westley, whose side could go top this evening if Oxford slip up at Crawley and Boro win.

"Liam is a hard working manager who knows the game inside and it's going to be a tough place to go."

The Fleet welcome back Darius Charles from suspension while Leon Crooks could return to the side if he passes a late fitness test.

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