WEYMOUTH will be looking for revenge at home against Tiverton tonight in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division (7.45pm).
The Terras lost their away encounter 2-1 earlier in the season with Jordan Rose getting the goal.
Terras’ manager Mark Molesley said: We were a tad unfortunate in that game so we’re obviously looking to try and get a bit of revenge in that one but they’re a good side. They’re another tough opposition.”
Fourth-placed Weymouth have a young squad but the manager wants them to learn quickly and get the Terras back on a run of form.
Molesley said: “The boys work hard and I think we show a lot of potential and we need to start realising that now and start pressing on and we won’t look for excuses or anything.”
The Terras got their first home clean sheet since the start of October against Kings Langley at the weekend in a win that saw a memorable debut for new signing Charlie Seaman.
Seaman got the second goal in a hard fought 2-0 win that came off the back of two consecutive home league defeats.
The Weymouth boss said that they’re pleased to have bounced back from the defeats, saying: “We’ve got some positives to take into the game also we need to sharpen up on a few other things.”
We’re looking forward to it. We look forward to every game.”
Weymouth had been on a run of three consecutive away matches before playing Kings Langley but Molesley is glad to be back home, saying “We love to play at home we’ve got a fantastic ground and a great crowd. When they get behind us they really do make a difference.”
Calvin Brooks and Brandon Goodship are still out with injuries but Weymouth new signing Seaman is a boost for the defence.
Molesley said: “Charlie Seaman gives us that option to rest Calvin that little bit longer so when he does come back he comes back and stays back.”
Tiverton are currently in sixth on 32 points, two points and two places behind the Terras having played the same number of matches.
Tivvy are in reasonably good form with three wins and one defeat in their last five matches.