On Saturday, Weston will face Chelmsford at The Woodspring Stadium as they look to send the fans home happy and in a Christmas spirit in the final game this side of the holiday before travelling to Truro on 26th December.
With the Squad, Management and fans all remaining positive and in buoyant spirits as we approach the halfway point of the season, Head Coach Scott Bartlett will be keen to see the recent good performances transformed into results and begin to climb up the league table.
Chelmsford currently lie in 6th place in the table, two points outside the playoffs, having only lost three League matches this season. Despite having lost strikers Shamir Mullings and Billy Bricknell in recent weeks, the biggest threat to the Seagulls defence and the player to keep an eye on is the Clarets top scorer Shaun Jeffers.
Last time the sides met was on the 3rd September where Weston narrowly lost out 0-1. Dayle Grubb went close in the first half when one-on-one with the keeper, before Shamir Mullings headed in at the back post in the final ten minutes to consign Weston to a defeat.