WEYMOUTH are preparing for the visit of League Two side Swindon Town tomorrow (3pm).

Due to a Covid-19 outbreak at the Robins, concerns were raised about the possibility of cancelling the fixture.

However, Echosport understands the game will go ahead in the same week as Clem Morfuni was announced as the club’s new owner.

Former Bristol Rovers manager Ben Garner will take charge of the Robins just three days after taking over as manager.

For Weymouth, the first tactical tweaks of the summer will be looked at during the contest.

Boss Brian Stock told Echosport: “We’ve not really worked on anything tactically in training.

“When you look at what we’ve done so far, we’ve had games and training sessions have all been about fitness and ball contact.

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“When it comes to formations and where you want to be, we’ve not addressed that with the group.

“We still have plenty of time to work on that on a Wednesday in an analysis session and look at one or two movements which will help us be more effective going forward.”

Weymouth have no injury concerns going into the game, so player management will be at the forefront of Stock’s mind.

He said: “I think it’s important we manage the group. One or two will be hurting.

“Tom Bearwish completed 90 minutes (against Exeter) along with Tyler Cordner and Josh Leslie-Smith.

“There will be one or two aches and pains and one or two we’ve got to look after – Ben Morgan for instance, he didn’t finish the season.

“We need to make sure we build him up and I felt (Exeter) was the best he’s looked this pre-season.

“Apart from that (Ben Thomson) is also knocking on the door ready to train this week as well.

“Sometimes when you go into pre-season these are the things you worry about, but so far so good.”