This Saturday sees direct mid-table rivals Welling United visit the Woodspring to take on a positive Seagulls side, as Weston-super-Mare AFC look to get themselves back to winning ways following an unfortunate 2-0 loss away to Poole Town last weekend, interrupting their climb up the table.
Weston are currently sitting at 17th in the table, four points above the relegation zone. They have the opportunity to move up to 15th should they take three points from Welling and if Concord Rangers fail to win their game, although the team are aiming to retain their position within the League come the end of the season on the merits of their own performances, rather the watching the result of the teams around them.
Welling are not to be taken lightly, with strong striker Adam Coombes’ tally sitting at 19 league goals despite Welling’s league position. And with the London outfit also looking to regain their form and ascend the table, the first obstacle standing in their way is the Seagulls, also looking to get back to winning ways it promises to be a hard fought game.
The last time these sides met was back in August on the third day of the season at Welling’s Park View Road. Dayle Grubb firing home a free-kick to open the scoring and Bristol City loanee Shawn McCoulsky slotted home to seal a 0-2 away win to the Seagulls, a result which saw them go top of the table, a sight many Weston fans enjoyed seeing, albeit briefly.