BALTI Sports’ manager Marco Nott is confident his side can return to their “old ways” with victory at Gillingham Town in the Dorset Premier League tomorrow (3pm).

Sports are so far winless in the league during 2018 and have just a solitary 1-0 cup win against Sturminster Newton to their name since the turn of the year.

But Nott remains upbeat after generating an improvement in performance in their previous matches as they build up to a League Cup semi-final with Westland Sports on Saturday, March 24.

He said: “It’s quite important for us. The cup game has been pushed back but it gives us a chance to get a couple of games under our belt and a couple of positive performances that we can go into the cup game with.

“I’m pretty confident once we get our first win we’ll go back to our old ways of scoring goals and winning matches.

“The numbers at training are very good and there’s more of a feel good factor about everything.”

Nott is further boosted by Balti’s excellent record at Gillingham and hinted a promising youngster could join the club before the fixture.

“It’s going to be a difficult game, for sure. We’ve won the last two games there – we’ve actually got a good omen for a change.

“Taylor Brown has really impressed in training, he turned 16 at the start of March. He’s got a lot about him. He’s going to hopefully come with us.”

Carl McClements is available, but Andy Nott (paternity) is out, allowing goalkeeper Ross Jones to come in. Charlie Kenderdine, Oscar Preece, Ricky Lane and Ryan Dovell should all feature.