BRIDPORT travel to second-bottom Weston St Johns in Toolstation Western League Division One tomorrow.

The Bees have been in scintillating form on the road and should be capable of chalking up three points against a side that have won just four times this term.

The trip should suit the counter-attacking style that the Bees have used to great affect on their travels.

But whatever happens in Somerset it is the club's home form that has been preying on Hammond's mind.

"Our away form has been really good this year and when we go to teams away, who are a little more confident being at home, we tend to do a lot better," said the boss.

"But we definitely need to make a change in games at home. We definitely need to decide that we are going to play in a different way at home because at the moment it is not working."

A good result at Weston St Johns should set the Bees up well for their first evening kick off since January on Tuesday night.

The Bees will host Elmore and a change of fortune is exactly what the coaching staff is looking for.

Hammond said: "We should be concentrating on the stuff that we do well, particularly away from home, and take that into games when we are at home."

Bridport have played 13 away games this season and won nine of them. They have scored 39 goals on their travels compared to just 26 on home turf.

There is no doubt that they enjoy taking on clubs who fancy their chances, however, Weston St Johns are desperately short of form and may be content to adopt a similar counter-punching tactic.

Flying forward Chris Skinner is unavailable tomorrow. His absence could force Hammond to abandon the 4-5-1 he has used in the last two matches.

That could see Tom Coggins return to Tom Lanes' Bridport Reserves after two promising performances in the first team.

Bees (from): Peters, Bulman, Hayter, Senior, Austin, Thornton, Ritchie, Hall, Jackson, Wise, Coggins, A Cunningham, Mead, Underhay, Conning, Steve Walker, Scott Walker Bridport Reserves host Sturmin-ster Marshall in the Dorset Premier League tomorrow (3pm).

Tom Lane's men will be desperate to get back on track after disappointing performances against Blandford and Swanage Town and Herston in the last two weeks.