Following last weeks thrilling 1-0 win at home to Oxford there can be no real reason why we can't get a long overdue win at Weymouth. They're going through a hit and miss spell at the moment having recorded a disastrous home defeat to Histon and then going to Burton and matching our efforts in drawing there. At the moment they sit in 16th place, some seven places below us.
They could have just the one player missing after Adam Bygrave pulled his hamstring at Burton and is doubtful, as is Stuart Beavon. Cameron Mawer has completed a three match suspension after getting sent off in the 2-2 home draw against Cambridge Utd.
We'll be without Michael McGrath after he was sent out on a month long loan to Worcester City yesterday but Russ Penn should be fit after picking up a calf injury last weekend.
He missed the midweek England C friendly in Croatia during the week because of the injury and I bet he's glad he did. The tourists lost 6-2 but that could be put down to the trouble they had getting there in the first place with flight cancellations and long coach journeys making the pre game preparation non-existent.
It's not known if Adam Bartlett featured in the game but he should be ok for the Weymouth game.
After the disappointment of being booted out of the FA Trophy last season we should be able to wreak revenge on the Terras with a fine away win that'll take us further up the table and give us our first away win of the season. Yes, get in there!
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Bartlett, Coleman, Baker, Riley, Bignot, Lowe, Ferrell, Creighton, Bowler, Jones, Foley, Knights, McDermott, Bennett, Brittain, Penn, Barnes-Homer, Smikle, Richards.
Knowles, Barnard, Mawer, Sandwith, Malcolm, Coutts, McPhee, Robinson, Joseph-Dubois, Beavon, Williams, Doe, Cutler, Reed, Ironside, Gaia, Tribe, Reiffer, Richardson, Frampton, Webb.
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