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The Terras begin the busy Easter period at home to Maidenhead United on Good Friday afternoon.

Last week the Terras were beaten 1-0 away to Chesterfield, but before that, recorded a 4-0 win over Wealdstone.

This is the first league fixture against Maidenhead this campaign, however faced the side in the third round of the FA Trophy earlier this season at the Bob Lucas Stadium. Cody Cooke gave the Terras the lead before Josh McQuoid doubled the score from the penalty spot. Maidenhead fought back hard and Danilo Orsi-Dadomo bagged a brace within 3 minutes just before half time. Corey Jordan gave the Terras the lead again in the 53rd minute which proved to be the game winner.

Maidenhead have been in mixed form over their last five games and find themselves in 13th position. During that period the Magpies have beaten Chesterfield and Torquay United, putting 4 goals past the latter. The Magpies are heading into this game after losing 1-0 to Altrincham.

The Terras will need to be wary of Orsi-Dadomo. The Forward not only proved to be a thorn to the Terras when they last played each other but leads the way in goals for Alan Devonshire’s side this season, scoring 10. Goals are shared amongst this Magpies side which could pose a threat to the Terras. Sam Barrett has one less than Orsi-Dadomo, though has featured in fewer games.

Weymouth will be looking to bounce back from their defeat last Saturday however beating a free scoring time like Maidenhead will not be an easy task for the Terras, although will provide a good contest.

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