WEYMOUTH manager Mark Molesley admits his side’s previous 1-1 draw with Swindon Supermarine will serve as a warning as his team travel to fellow strugglers Kings Langley in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier South tomorrow (3pm).
Kings Langley are 20th in the table, with 12 points from 12 games so far, leaving them languishing in the relegation zone while the Terras top the table.
When asked if the Swindon result will be a useful warning for his side, Molesley responded: “Yes without a shadow of a doubt. Swindon were one of the better sides that we have played this season and they are down there and I thought that they were a very good side.
“We need to be focusing on us. We know that if we show the right attitude and work ethic and mentality then we are confident that we can deliver the goods.”
Referring to Kings Langley, Molesley said: “They are in the lower reaches but they will be scrapping and fighting for every point.
“There is never any easy game in this league, every team has its own challenges, they have got some good players.
“We respect the opponents we play and we will be making sure that we are as ready as we can be.”
The match forms part of a run of five away games in the last seven contests for the Terras, but Molesley says he is glad with his side’s performances.
Molesley said: “It is one of the rigours of league football, it is always going to be difficult and that is one of the challenges is doing that but I have always been happy with our away performances.”
There are no new knocks ahead of the Kings Langley match, with Ashley Wells and Josh McQuoid the only continuing absences.
Meanwhile, Weymouth have announced that Jo Wilkinshaw has been co-opted onto the board of directors as a non-executive director.