Huntington - Red was turning point
Yeovil skipper Paul Huntington admitted the sending-off of Michael Woods was pivotal after they were thrashed 6-0 by Stevenage.
Midfielder Woods walked in the 33rd minute for a foul on Michael Bostwick when Boro were leading through Luke Freeman's opener. Patrick Agyemang netted the second before the interval, and after the break Jon Ashton's header made it 3-0, Jamaal Lascelles and Mark Roberts also got in on the act and Freeman wrapped things up by converting an 88th-minute goal. "We started quite brightly but the sending-off changed things. It was not an intentional challenge but he caught the lad. Then we just caved in," said Huntington. "This has never happened to me before and we have to try to put it right next week. It is terrible and it is down to us players. "We shouldn't be in the position where we are still looking over our shoulders. It is such a big disappointment after we worked so hard to get where we have."