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- Weymouth player-manager Jason Matthews takes his team to Chippenham Town today bidding for a fourth consecutive league win.
- The Terras won the reverse fixture in November 4-1 so the visitors will be looking to complete the double over their hosts.
- Get involved in our coverage today by sending a Tweet using #terras
As well as a defeat for the Terras today, Bridport have lost 3-0 at home to Bristol Manor Farm.
CHIPPENHAM 2 TERRAS 1
McClements inches away from a free-kick after Matthews makes save at other end.
Terras swap McClements for Wells as they search for a leveller with some six minutes left.
Great save by John in the Chippenham goal from terras new boy Kelly.
Captain Sam Poole is the first Weymouth player to be booked for a nasty looking foul on 74 mins.
Chippenham bring on Purnell for Phillips.
CHIPPENHAM 2 TERRAS 1
Around 65mins gone and the Terras have halved the deficit through Yetton.
Good run from debutant Thompson across the Chippenham area and unleashes a shot which takes a deflection, hits the post, and Yetton quickest to react.
Games are being abandoned across the country due to the wild and windy weather.
But they are still playing at Chippenham and in Bridport where the Bees have gone 2-0 down on 56 mins.
Terras doing what they can to get back into the game.
Scott Walker flashes a free-kick from 25 yards just wide after a foul on Kelly.
Burbidge fires over from a corner.
Niall Thompson comes on for his Terras debut, replacing Scott Walker.
News from St Mary's Field that Bridport have gone a goal down six minutes into the second half against Bristol Manor Farm.
CHIPPENHAM 2 TERRAS 0
Matthews slices his kick and King is alert to gather and slot home just a few minutes into the second half.
Second half has kicked off in Chippenham.
Good work at half time as stewards and club staff clean up the pitch from all the twigs that have blown on— @ChipTownFC 25 January 2014
In Toolstation Western League Premier it's Bridport 0 Bristol Manor Farm 0 at half-time.
Chippenham 1 Terras 0
Still playing?? "@ChipTownFC 6 secs http://t.co/LSBVvi90Ia "— @nonleagueshow 25 January 2014
RT @ChipTownFC: Matthews has taken a goal kick, its blown back and he's caught it again— @JonDunhamNT 25 January 2014
@ChipTownFC call it off please— @JackbcfcSmith 25 January 2014
Green blocks a shot on the line for the Terras as playing conditions become almost farcical as you can see from the tweet above!
RT @theterras: Now raining advertising boards!— @RusselloMFC 25 January 2014
Second booking for Chippenham in quick succession, this time Guthrie in the referee's notebook.
Driving rain making playing very difficult.
Town's Oakley yellow carded just after the half hour mark, still 1-0 to the home side.
Chips threatening to double their advantage on a couple of occasions.
First, Oakley goes close then from a Mathhews clearance Phillips misses a one-on-one chance.
CHIPPENHAM 1 TERRAS 0
Chips take the lead on 24mins through Rob Dean header from cross by Alan Griffin.
It's now raining leaves— @theterras 25 January 2014
Stewart Yetton has Weymouth's first sighter on goal but his shot flies wide.
Mad wind, branches blown onto pitch— @theterras 25 January 2014
Chippenham are playing with the wind in the first half and the blustery conditions spoiling any football the Terras are trying to play.
A Town attack down the right sees King deliver a cross but no-one can get on the end of it.
17mins gone and still 0-0.
Both teams have made a fairly even start with no real chances on either goal so far.
The Hardenhuish Park pitch is wet but in very good condition and Weston-super-Mare referee Adam Penwell obviously had no concerns about letting the game go ahead.
Skies have gone a bit grey after the earlier sunshine but a healthy band of Terras supporters have made the trip and are looking forward to the match.
Terras have won the toss and playing up the slope in the first half.
The game is underway.
Good afternoon from Hardenhuish Park which is basking in glorious #Wiltshire sunshine, we play Weymouth at 3pm http://t.co/lAI2MIc8UC— @ChipTownFC 25 January 2014
If you are in the #Chippenham area today, come down to Hardenhuish Park as we face @theterras, kick off at 3pm #PrideandPassion— @ChipTownFC 25 January 2014
15 minutes until kick off #PrideandPassion— @ChipTownFC 25 January 2014
Chippenham team v Terras
John, Wright, Monks, Smith, Oakley, Tindle, King, Dean, Griffin (c), Phillips, Guthrie. Subs: Kauppinen, Purnell, Leigh, Beeden.
TERRAS TEAM NEWS
Adam Kelly comes in for Luke Winsper to make his Terras debut while Niall Thompson has to settle for a place on the bench.
Winsper is among the substitutes alongside Barry McConnell.
Terras: Matthews, Wells, Green, Kelly, M Walker, Poole (c), Burbidge, Rigg, Yetton, Joyce, S Walker. Subs: Winsper, Thompson, McClements, McConnell
RT @StewartYetton: Chippenham away today. Couple of new signings and the beard is looking fresh.— @theterras 25 January 2014
Waiting with @AshleyWellsy for @pkmaitland then off to Chippenham! #3points #terras— @WinsperWBA 25 January 2014
Great News that Weymouth's game with @chiptownfc is on Well done to @NiallThompson35 @adamkelly7 for joining a good football club! #Terras— @WhatsonWeymouth 25 January 2014
CHIPPENHAM v TERRAS
The Terras can record four league wins on the trot for the first time this season if they are victorious at Chippenham today.
Successes over Frome, Corby and Arlesey have set them up nicely for today's clash against a side that have gone eight games without a win in the Southern Premier Division.
Stewart Yetton (2), Mark Ford and Dave Allen got the goals when Weymouth beat Chippenham 4-1 at the end of November.
The Terras sit 12th in the table and have been boosted by the arrival of Nial Thompson on loan from Torquay and Adam Kelly on non-contract terms.
Chippenham are third from bottom in the league table and this will be their fifth home game in a row - they have drawn two and lost two of the last four.