WEYMOUTH boss Brian Stock has challenged the Terras to show a “reaction” at Bromley in the Vanarama National League tonight (7.45pm).

Stock’s men are winless in five league games but were only beaten by Stockport 2-1 on Saturday through an 88th-minute winner from Ollie Crankshaw.

While the Terras are 16th in the league and Bromley in 10th having played just seven games, Stock is keen to nip a mini run of poor form in the bud.

Asked what we wanted most from the game, he told Echosport: “A reaction, I think.

“It was probably the quietest I’ve seen the changing room (after Stockport) through disappointment.

“It wasn’t our most dominant performance but we got our noses in front. It was a little similar to Barnet, we shot ourselves in the foot through poor defending.”

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On Bromley, Stock added: “They’re organised, everyone knows their responsibilities.

“A strong, physical side and they’ve got a good manager (Neil Smith) in charge who’s adapted their programme.

“And With (Michael) Cheek sometimes he can look like he’s having a quiet game but he’s always there to take an opportunity. He’s a threat in front of goal.

“It’s a game I feel we can dictate in terms of possession but we just need to make sure we can turn that into a positive result.”

Weymouth are yet to keep a clean sheet but Stock revealed no talks with the defensive unit have taken place.

He said: “We looked back at the (Stockport) goals after the game. It was a couple of group errors and one or two things that can be easily fixed in terms of positioning.

“It’s ultimately cost us the game, if not a point. We are what we are and we have to work within that. It’s important we have to pick ourselves up and go again.”

Weymouth winger Ahkeem Rose trained yesterday and is nearing a return from a hamstring problem, while defender Ben Morgan (Achilles) will be monitored.

The Terras otherwise have a clean bill of health for the trip to south east London.