WEYMOUTH are looking to extend a four-game unbeaten streak as they host old adversaries King’s Lynn Town in the Vanarama National League tomorrow (3pm).

Both the Terras and the Linnets have recorded two promotions since the 2017/18 season – King’s Lynn beating Weymouth in a play-off semi-final – but find themselves in a National League full of big-spending teams.

The duo were found in the bottom half of the table last season and going into tomorrow’s clash 19th-placed Weymouth are four points and one place above the Norfolk side.

On a four-game unbeaten streak in normal time – penalties aside – Weymouth could open that gap to seven points with a victory.

And manager Brian Stock is confident the Terras’ processes and application can lead them to victory against King’s Lynn.

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He told Echosport: “It’s important going into a free week the following week that if we do get those three points it will stand us in good stead.

“It will give us a chance to analyse the squad, evaluate one or two that might need a rest and one or two that might need a bit more work.

“We’re working behind the scenes to get a fixture on so we’re not too far without a game.”

Spirits are high in the Weymouth ranks after Tuesday’s 2-0 win at Aldershot Town.

“It was what the squad needed,” Stock said. “They’ve been there or thereabouts throughout the whole of the season.

“I don’t think we’ve put in a poor performance with maybe the exception of the first half against Bromley and maybe Boreham Wood.

“It’s nice to be (rewarded) with points off the back of performances. To have a clean sheet as well, something we haven’t had for a while, it was a good night.

“The squad’s going to be full of confidence.”

Ben Morgan and Xander McBurnie (both Achilles) are the Terras’ sole injury doubts, with Sean Shields expected to return.