TERRAS’ chief Jason Matthews has warned his side against complacency ahead of their trip to Bedworth United tomorrow (3pm).

The second-bottom Greenbacks, who play on a 3G surface, are 10 points from safety in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division at present with 19 points coming from 32 games.

With Weymouth bidding for four victories on the spin, Jake Wannell and Chris Shephard are rated 50-50 with injury concerns. Mark Molesley is hoping to be fit following headaches this week after suffering a blow against Kettering Town.

Dean Evans starts the first of a two-match suspension and George Rigg remains ruled out with a nasty cut above the eye.

“I am very wary about complacency and I have reminded the lads of that this week,” Matthews said.

“We have put ourselves in a good position but we need to keep winning. Bedworth is another game where, with all due respect, we need to win.
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“I know they are fighting for their lives but we have to go there and prove we can play some decent stuff. We did that (on 3G) at Merthyr and we look forward to going to Bedworth.”

He added: “Dean has been our standout player but it gives someone else the chance to come in and see what they can do. They need to stake their claim for the big derby (against Poole) next week.”

Dorset Echo

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