WEYMOUTH manager Mark Molesley says the Terras are still hurting from their 2-1 defeat at Dunstable Town in January as they prepare to host the Blues at the Bob Lucas Stadium in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division tomorrow (3pm).
The loss at the side who are second from bottom in the table ended a 10-game unbeaten run in the league for the Terras.
Molesley said: “I do not think from a management point of view there is too much I need to say to the players, I think we are still hurting a little bit from what happened up there on that Tuesday night.
“We will be looking to put things right, we were not terrible that night by any stretch of the imagination, we did not quite get the rub of the green.”
In their last game Weymouth responded to a previous 2-0 defeat at Hereford by beating Biggleswade Town 2-1 thanks to goals from Thiago Caze da Silva and Brandon Goodship.
Molesley, referring to the Dunstable defeat, said: “It just shows you that every team has their dangers and they are a threat.
“We need to make sure we are professional and we approach the game just like every other game and not get too carried away with getting vengeance and concentrate on focusing on our game. I am sure if we apply ourselves in the right way we have got every chance of getting three points.
“We are only focusing on this game, we are analysing what threats Dunstable have and trying to find out where we can hurt them as well. We will just take it game by game, we will let everyone else get carried away by play-offs talk and things like that.”
Dunstable are on a run of seven games without a win currently, having picked up a solitary point in that run.
Molesley said: “I think it is that stage of the season now where you want to keep a run going and hopefully this will be the start of another run.
“We only look at the next game and we only have to realise what happened up at their place to know that if we do not apply ourselves right and we are not consistent in the way that we execute everything we want to do then we could end up losing the game again.
“It is just a case of not getting carried away.”
Mark Cooper, who has been playing for Melksham Town recently, will face a late assessment prior to the match.
Dunstable meanwhile could be without goalkeeper Will Hunt, who went off injured during their 7-1 defeat at Tiverton Town and Peter Kioso could also miss out following a red card in the same match.