WEYMOUTH will be looking to bounce back from a tough defeat to Slough last time out in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division when they face Biggleswade Town at home tomorrow (3pm).
The match comes off the back of a 1-0 victory in the BigFreeBet.com Challenge Cup match against Totton, which saw Pat Suraci score the winner with a wonderful lob from the edge of the box.
Assistant-manager Paul Maitland said: “They’ve had a couple of good results in the last week, so no doubt they’ll be coming to make it very tough for us.”
“We will have to play well and make sure we are on the front foot from the off and get a nice positive result.”
The Terras will be able to welcome back Harry Baker, who missed the win at Totton after picking up a one match suspension in the 2-0 home win against Tiverton Town last week.
The Terras will be making changes to the squad having made numerous switches for their challenge cup match against Totton on Tuesday.
Biggleswade are currently 14th in the league with 25 points, some 12 points and 10 places behind the Terras.
In their last league match the Terras endured a 3-0 loss away to Slough Town, as Maitland said: “It’s important to get back at home and try and get back on the positives.”
The Waders are currently three matches unbeaten in the league, having taken five points in that spell, with Maitland saying: “It’ll be a tough game because Biggleswade are always well prepared and always make it difficult.”