Harrow Borough followed up their excellent away win at Metropolitan Police on Saturday with a 2-2 draw at home to play-off chasers Salisbury.

Brendan Matthew scored both goals for Borough, both from the penalty spot, while Lewis Benson and Warren Bentley were on target for the hosts, also both from the spot.

Steve Baker named an unchanged side from the weekend, and although they started brightly, the visitors opened the scoring in the 14th minute when Shaun Preddie brought down Tobias Holmes in the area, and Bentley stepped up to score.

Harrow were not behind for long and levelled through a penalty of their own when Matthew scored after being pushed down by Ashley Wells, and the striker was challenged with another spot-kick nine minutes later after Anthony O’Connor was wrestled to the floor – it was a challenge he passed.

It looked for all the world like Borough were going to hold on for back-to-back wins throughout the second half, but in the second minute of stoppage time, the referee awarded a fourth penalty of the evening, which Benson duly converted to make it 2-2.

On Saturday, Baker’s side came from behind to cause a surprise against mid-table side Met Police, winning 3-1.

Lewis Birch rifled the Met into the lead after just three minutes, and it wasn’t until after the break that Harrow responded through Matthew, who finished the rebound from O’Connor’s saved effort.

With only six minutes remaining, Borough took the lead through a wonderful solo effort from Kunle Otudeko, and they wrapped up the points in stoppage time as Dylan Ive was played through by Michael Bryan and finished with aplomb.

Both results see Borough sit 17th in the Southern League Premier Division South ahead of this Saturday’s visit to Swindon Supermarine.