DORCHESTER Sports’ manager Ashley James expects a “level playing field” when his side visits Swanage Town and Herston in the Dorset Premier League tomorrow (3pm).

With an extended break due to the weather, James feels the Swans’ excellent home form, which has seen them accrue seven wins from eight games, may be diluted.

He told Echosport: “We need to start playing some games, we’ve got 15 left – it’s going to be a busy schedule.

“It will be a big test for us, we’ll have to be at our best to get three points. It’s probably one of the toughest away games. Not many teams get much there.

“But we’ve done it at Holt, Mere and Parley and we’ve got a fully-fit squad, which is the first we’ve had this season.

“We’ll go there confident that they haven’t played for a couple of weeks either. It’s a level playing field.”

Due to the matches postponed by the recent inclement weather, James is able to welcome back Ash White, Lewis Amor and Brandon Heal from injury.