WEYMOUTH boss Mark Molesley admits that the Terras’ clash at the Met Police could be their toughest test of the season, as the Bob Lucas Stadium outfit prepare to travel to Imber Court in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier South tomorrow (3pm).
Molesley’s men will be looking to recover from a 2-1 defeat to Basingstoke last time out, but face a difficult match against a very in-form Met Police team.
Molesley said: “They are a real in-form team, I have heard nothing but good things about them and it is probably going to be our toughest test of the season.
“One we look forward to and one we look forward to reacting to off the back of this one (the defeat to Basingstoke), if anything I think it is a great game for us to show a good reaction.”
Molesley added: “We have got a good record against the bigger sides at the top of the league.
“We have got a good record but we are going to have to show that last half an hour’s performance (against Basingstoke) across 90 minutes, otherwise we will not be getting anything and we will not deserve to get anything.
“We need to refocus and sharpen up and get back to doing what we do well.
“The group has shown that they are quality but that makes it even more frustrating
when they do not show it on a consistent basis and that is down to me as a manager to address and make sure that I get the best out of them.”
The Met Police are second in the league’s form table, being just behind Farnborough from the last five games with four wins and one loss, while going back over 15 and 20 games they sit top of the form table.
Weymouth are currently unbeaten against sides in the top five so far this season, having done the double over Salisbury.
The Terras also beat Taunton and Harrow once while drawing their other match against the latter two, but are yet to face the Met Police this season.