Weston’s lengthy run of away games continues as the Seagulls travel to Gosport Borough on Saturday 9th April, 3pm kick-off.
Scott Bartlett’s side will be looking to bounce back from the heartbreak of a week ago when a last minute strike condemned Weston to a 3-2 loss away at Taunton.
Despite dropping points, Weston still remain in the play off places with 3 games to play. Chesham and Yate have 4 and 5 games left respectively.
Gosport most recently travelled to relegation battling Kings Langley but couldn’t find a way past them and had to settle for a 0-0 draw.
The Boro’ sit 9th in the table having amassed 60 points after 38 games of this campaign, 9 less than the Seagulls have in 39 games.
Last time the two sides met was way back in August 2021 and the Boro’ went back to Gosport with 3 points after an 88th minute winner to make it 1-0.
Player-assistant manager Scott Laird knows what this season means to the fans and said this:
”3 games to go and everyone at the club and you as fans we know will be giving everything.
The football we are playing over the last 10-15 games consistently is a pleasure to be apart of.
“We just need to keep believing in our way and philosophy and that is to win every game we play in.
“It’s been a great season so far and we have made great strides as a collective.
“We will give you everything on the pitch and take it one game at a time starting with Gosport.”
Adult – £10.00
Concession/Under 18 – £7.00
Under 16 – FREE
GETTING TO PRIVETT PARK
By Car – Leave the M27 at junction 11 (Fareham Central). Follow the Gosport A32 signs through Fareham and onto the A32. After approximately four miles you will reach two roundabouts in quick succession. Go straight ahead at the first and take the third exit (signposted Alverstoke, Stokes Bay, Privett Park) at the second. Follow this road (Military Road) until reaching the roundabout at the Cocked Hat pub. Take the first exit into Privett Road. The ground is signposted on the left after 300 yards.
Limited free parking is available outside the ground for those arriving early on match days. Otherwise there is street parking around the ground.
Check up on the pre-match build up and keep up to date with all the action from the match with our live twitter updates – @WSM_AFCOfficial.
We hope all Seagulls supporters travelling to Privett Park enjoy their afternoon as the play off race begins to reach its climax.