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Weymouth boss has ‘full faith’ in his players

JASON Matthews has “full faith” in his squad to bounce back from Saturday’s dreary defeat against Biggleswade and respond by getting a positive result at Chippenham Town tonight (7.45pm).

Weymouth know that a win against the Bluebirds at Hardenhuish Park will see them leapfrog this evening’s opponents in the league standings.

Midfielder Mark Molesley is set to remain out with a calf problem, while George Rigg, who was named on the Terras’ bench at the weekend, is still rated 50-50 with an ankle injury.

Adam Kelly (hamstring) is still around a week away from a return.

“I am looking to see what people have got,” player-manager Matthews told Echosport.

“A few of the lads have got to right some wrongs from Saturday and I have got full faith that they will do it.

“I will go into the game positively but, to date, this is going to be the toughest game.
“It’s one of the hardest places in the league to go and Chippenham have started off really well this season.
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“The onus will be on them a little bit because they are the home side, but I am sure it will be a really good game because they try to play and so do we.”

The sides met at the Bob Lucas Stadium last month with Ben Thomson finding the net for the Terras in an entertaining 1-1 draw.

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