CHORLEY will look to break a 27-year duck when they entertain Boston United in the FA Cup at Victory Park tomorrow (3pm).

A victory would put the Magpies into the first round proper for the first time since 1990, when Chorley beat neighbours Bury 2-1 before losing 1-0 to Shrewsbury Town in round two.

Matt Jansen’s men head into the tie in fine form having won seven of their last eight matches to rise into the National League North play-off positions.

And the Chorley chief is keen on a cup run for his side this term having been eliminated at this stage in the recent seasons.

“Hopefully we can progress in the FA Cup which would be great for the club,” said Jansen.

“It would be the first time since 1990 I think it and that would be fantastic and hopefully we can continue this form.”

Chorley have reduced ticket prices for the cup clash to £10 for adults, £7 for concessions and £5 for 12-16 year-olds while under-12s go free.

And Jansen is hoping a big crowd can play against fellow National League North side Boston, who beat Chorley in the league earlier this term.

“If we perform like we have been of late then I think we should progress,” he added. “But Boston beat us at their place (earlier in the season) but we have turned a corner I feel and hopefully we will prove that.”