ABDULAI Baggie is hoping it can be a case of same again when the Terras host Tiverton Town today (3pm), after the Terras won 2-1 away earlier on in the season.
Goals from Jake McCarthy and Brandon Goodship secured the 2-1 victory, against the side now 14th in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier South.
Baggie said: “It is going to be a tough game but every game is going to be from now until the end of the season.
“They are a big strong side physically, and last time we managed to beat them 2-1, I thought we did well that night.
“Hopefully that will be the same again this time round.”
It has been a mixed festive period for the Terras, they have gone unbeaten over the four matches, but stuttered with three draws and one win, claiming six points.
When asked about the mood in the squad at the minute, Baggie replied: “All good, we are still optimistic.
“Obviously there are still a lot of games ahead where there could be twists and turns. Like I said it is a challenge for us, as a group, one that we are looking forward to.”
The Terras’ last match, a 2-2 draw with Poole Town, saw Baggie come up against his old club.
Baggie earned man of the match for his role against the Dolphins, but said he would rather take the three points than any personal accolade.
Referring to Poole, Baggie said: “I thought we had chances to win the game, I thought we had done enough to get something out of the game – to win it but it wasn’t meant to be.
“I would rather take the three points than look at my individual performance personally.
“I think it is just being more clinical in front of goal, we are creating chances it’s not like we aren’t.
“We are not really putting them in the back of the net at the moment but I am sure that will come very soon.
“Just keep what we are doing and hopefully with a bit of luck that will change.”
Meanwhile, the winners of the Weymouth Claret and Blue lottery December 2018 draw held are: Pauline Walbrin from Dorchester, Keith Miller from Weymouth and Tim Morris from Weymouth.