November 6, 2012
Boro march on
|1 Marek Stech||1 Steven Arnold|
|3 Jamie McAllister||14 Mark Roberts|
|18 Daniel Burn||4 Darius Charles|
|5 Byron Webster||2 David Gray|
|22 Joe Edwards||29 Bondz Ngala|
|14 Sam Foley||7 Anthony Grant|
|21 Korey Smith||10 Filipe Morais|
|7 Keanu Marsh-Brown||6 Greg Tansey|
|25 Daniel Johnson||8 James Dunne|
|9 James Hayter||24 Patrick Agyemang|
|17 Patrick Madden||11 Lucas Akins|
|12 Gareth Stewart||Chris Day 16|
|4 Richard Hinds||Lee Hills 3|
|2 Luke Ayling||Oliver Risser 25|
|20 Curtis Haynes-Brown||Daniel Lopez Ramos 23|
|10 Gavin Williams||Robbie Rogers 20|
|11 Reuben Reid||Marcus Haber 9|
|Luke Freeman 15|
|Gavin Williams for Keanu Marsh-Brown (67)||Marcus Haber for Patrick Agyemang (46)|
|Reuben Reid for James Hayter (68)||Luke Freeman for Anthony Grant (83)|
|Oliver Risser for Filipe Morais (88)|
|Daniel Johnson (26)|
|Gavin Williams (87)|
|· Squads: Yeovil Town | Stevenage|
Stevenage continued their League One promotion charge with a convincing 3-1 victory at Yeovil to go second in the table.
Goals from Filipe Morais, Lucas Akins and James Dunne handed Boro their sixth away league victory of the season.
The high-flying visitors stormed into the lead after three minutes when midfielder Morais turned home Greg Tansey's cross after a mistake by defender Byron Webster.
However, Yeovil hit back five minutes later when striker Paddy Madden, who last week extended his loan from Carlisle until January, fired Sam Foley's cross past Steve Arnold.
The hosts, who had won four out of their last five League One matches, continued to threaten before the break with Madden twice denied before Keanu Marsh-Brown's shot was blocked.
The away side started the second half brightly and restored their advantage after 50 minutes when Akins notched his sixth goal of the season after clinically converting substitute Marcus Haber's low delivery.
Stevenage added a third after 65 minutes when Dunne's low drive was cruelly deflected past goalkeeper Marek Stech.