Tomorrow, Chelmsford City make the journey to the south-west as Weston look to stop the Essex side from breaking into the top seven in the league.
The Seagulls are back at the bottom of the table, having lost 2 – 4 to high flyers Woking FC at the weekend. With Weston now three points off 21st placed East Thurrock United, Weston need Oxford City to do them a favour tomorrow evening as well as pick up a win themselves against the playoff-chasing Chelmsford.
Chelmsford will be looking to bounce back from their 2 – 0 loss away at East Thurrock from the weekend, with their playoff ambitions growing steadily stronger as the season progresses. Rhys Murphy returns to the squad for the Clarets after serving a three-match suspension, while Clarets manager Rod Stringer returns to the dugout following a stadium ban.
Last time the Seagulls faced Chelmsford, an early goal from departed striker Phil Roberts, now at Hemel Hempstead, secured the win in a 0 – 1 win back in February. Despite Weston’s best efforts to get back in the game, following a narrow Danny Greenslade effort from 40 yards in the dying minutes, Chelmsford nicked all the points at the Woodspring last time.