Weston welcome strugglers Whitehawk to the Woodspring Stadium this weekend, with the Seagulls looking for their first league win since the 3 – 0 triumph over Dartford last month.
Weston come into this game following a 2 – 2 draw against Concord Rangers last weekend, thanks to Irnti Rapai’s 93rd-minute equaliser right at the death. Weston currently sit in 15th spot in the National League South table, having taken 15 points from 15 games so far.
Whitehawk are bottom of the league table, with three points from their same number of games. With no league wins on the board, three draws and 12 losses in the league, Jimmy Dack resigned as manager last month, replaced by former Hawks manager Steve King, who has the task of turning around a “sinking ship”.
Last time these two sides met was at Whitehawk’s ground back in January, where Brad Ash and Dayle Grubb strikes ensured a 0 – 2 win.The last meeting at the Woodspring Stadium came on the opening day of the last campaign, with Jake Mawford and Shawn McCoulsky getting on the scoresheet, as well as Whitehawk, scoring an own goal, with Seagulls defender Jason Pope inadvertently turning a cross into his own net in a 3-1 win for the home side.