BALTI Sports manager Marco Nott hopes that his side can take momentum from their 1-0 win against Sturminster Newton last Saturday when they face Parley Sports away in the Dorset Premier League tomorrow (2pm).

Balti are without a league win in five games but are through to the semi-finals of the League Cup after their win against Sturminster last Saturday.

Nott said: “After Saturday’s result we have got a bit of momentum so hopefully we can go there and get a positive result.”

“It was a big win for us really, hopefully it will have energised our season a little bit now going forward, it gives us something to look forward to.

“It will be good for us to get back on track and try and climb the league again because we definitely underachieved in the first half of the season.”

The last time the two sides met Balti thrashed Parley at home 8-1 but Nott is aware of the challenge his side face.

Nott said: “It is a tough place to go, I don’t think we have ever won up there so it is going to be a tough game.”

Balti should have Ricky Lane, Charlie Kenderdine, Andy Nott and Ethan Devaney back while Sammy Nichols, Shane Lock and Oscar Preece will miss the match.