Weymouth make the short trip to Poole on Easter Monday for the final away game of the season, in what is surely the biggest game between the two teams in recent history. Further Weymouth go into this game knowing that if the three points were to be picked up it would all but guarantee the title making its way to South Dorset.

With a large away following expected the atmosphere is guaranteed to be red hot as The Terras faithful look to take over Tatnam in their numbers. After the disappointment of drawing 1-1 with Chesham on Saturday, boss Mark Molesley will surely be looking for a reaction and a much better performance at Tatnam against the dolphins.

Meanwhile for the hosts they come into this game after an impressive 1-2 win away at Met Police and are trying to cement their play off ambitions. Poole currently sit in 5th position with 66 points from 40 games. Their overall record stands at; Won 19, Drawn 9 and Lost 12. Poole’s home record stands at; Played 20, Won 9, Drawn 5 and lost 6.

The biggest threat in the dolphins line up comes in the form of forward Jake Scrimshaw. He boasts the scoring charts for Poole with 17 strikes this season. Alongside Scrimshaw is veteran striker James Constable who has scored 12 goals this campaign.

Form guide last 5: (most recent first)

Poole: L L W W W
Weymouth: W W W L D

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