LiveFOOTBALL: Terras live match updates

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  • The Terras will be looking to bounce back this evening following Saturday's 5-0 home defeat against Stourbridge while Bideford will be out to continue their bid for the play-offs.To get involved in tonight's coverage, Tweet your comments and photos to us using #Terras

9:34pm

FT: Weymouth 3 Bideford 2

9:33pm

Rigg wastes a great chance to complete his hat-trick. The attendance is 261

9:25pm

It's bedlam here. Farkins appears to lash out at Matthews in the aftermath of the goal and is sent off. Both teams down to 10

9:24pm

Ben Gerring fires in from the resulting free-kick after Matthews spills the ball. Weymouth 3 Bideford 2

9:22pm

Jake Green gets a straight red for a reckless tackle on Sampson. Weymouth down to 10 men

9:16pm

Thompson makes another incredible dash from deep inside his own half, outpacing everyone, before seeing his shot saved by Oliver. Boy, he is quick!!!

9:04pm


 

9:00pm

Burbidge puts Stewart Yetton clean through and he makes it 3-1 to the Terras

8:52pm

8:52pm

George Riggs bags his second to put Weymouth 2-1 up after a great break down the left by Niall Thompson

8:49pm

Sam Poole makes a great last-ditch tackle to deny Squire a clear shot on goal

8:36pm

8:36pm

Both teams deserve great credit for their efforts in the first half. This weather is wretched and the wind has made the game farcical at times. A lot of praise must also go to the groundstaff. The pitch is still holding up although water is continuing to gather on it.

8:34pm

Weymouth 1 Bideford 1

8:29pm

Downing goes off injured for Bideford and Phillips comes on

8:24pm

Niall Thompson fires just over the bar for Weymouth before George Rigg sees an effort saved by Oliver

8:19pm


 

8:19pm

Sampson and Squire have both just wasted good chances for Bideford

8:09pm

Make that 1-1. Matthews parries and Sean Downing fires in the rebound

8:08pm

Weymouth go 1-0 up thanks to a 25-yard strike from George Rigg

8:03pm

Weymouth applying plenty of pressure with the wind at their backs but Bideford are still holding firm. 0-0

7:49pm

Matthews takes a free-kick from just outside his own area with the wind and the ball flies wide of the target at the other end

7:48pm

Ian Sampson drives a shot at Jason Matthews. The keeper parries the ball and Weymouth clear

7:47pm

We are underway

7:47pm

Weymouth have won the toss and have the huge advantage of kicking with the wind in the first half

7:42pm

7:42pm






 

7:37pm

STARTING LINE-UPS

Weymouth: Matthews, Wells, Green, Winsper, M Walker, Poole, Burbidge, Kelly, Yetton, Rigg, Thompson. Subs: S Walker, Joyce, McConnell, Sharpe, Chatterton.

Bideford: Oliver, Milton, Reed, Downing, Farkins, Gerring, Hockley, Bye, Squire, Sampson, Duff. Subs: Groves, Howe, Mercieca, Phillips, Sullivan.

7:34pm

The Bob Lucas Stadium is being battered by driving rain and extremely strong winds at the moment. Fans are already fearing a possible abandonment

7:33pm

PREVIEW STATS: Weymouth v Bideford

League position: Weymouth 14th (36pts from 25 games), Bideford 4th (52pts from 30 games).

League form: Weymouth WWWLL, Bideford DWLLW

Last meeting: Bideford 2 Weymouth 1 (September 3, 2013).

STARTING LINE-UP IN PREVIOUS LEAGUE GAME

Weymouth: Matthews, S Poole, M Walker, Green, S Walker, Rigg, Kelly, Burbidge, Thompson, Joyce, Yetton. Subs: McConnell, Wells, Winsper, McClements.

Bideford: Bideford: Steve Oliver, Nick Milton, Ben Gerring, Rob Farkins, Stephen Reed, Ian Sampson, Matt Hockley, Richard Groves, Sean Downing, Craig Duff, Kevin Squire.  Subs: Graham Mercieca, Nick Barker, Ethan Phillips, Matt Bye, Owen Howe.

 

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