This Saturday, the Seagulls welcome Concord Rangers to the Woodspring Stadium, still in search of their first three points of the league season.
Following an outstanding performance against Bath City last weekend, head coach Marc McGregor will be hoping for more of the same this weekend. With the teams around them also picking up points, Weston’s league fortunes need to change sooner rather than later. McGregor will be hoping that Eli Phipps will be fit to play after going off injured last weekend, while Jacob Cane will be looking to reclaim his place in the starting lineup after good performances from Naby Diallo, Jake Lee and Alex Byrne last time out.
Concord currently sit 11th in the table after 12 games, and have only won once in their past five league outings, a 3 – 0 win over Truro. Having suffered defeat last Saturday in the FA Cup, Concord’s early-season form has dipped slightly and has seen them only pick up five points from their previous seven league matches. Concord’s Billy Knott will be one to watch having played in the Football League for Rochdale last season, while Concord’s Alex Wall, formerly of Dartford, will look to continue his hot streak in front of goal.
Last time Concord visited the Woodspring, Weston triumphed 1 – 0. Jacob Cane’s turn and first-time finish was the difference between the two sides in what was a poor game overall, with not many chances for either side. Weston will be hoping for a similar result this time.