BALTI Sports’ boss Marco Nott feels is in “confident mood” ahead of hosting leaders Hamworthy Recreation in their Dorset Premier League clash at Weymouth College tomorrow (2pm).

Balti have avoided defeat for two months, rising to fourth in the table, and were last beaten 3-1 by Holt United – five games ago.

Nott’s men have also kept two clean sheets in their previous two games and face Rec, leaders by eight points from Merley Cobham Sports, in excellent form.

Nott told Echosport: “We’re in quite confident mood, it was a bit of a shame that we got cancelled on Saturday. At the moment we just want to be playing games and getting performances.

“Ham Rec are an animal, they’re a very good side and we haven’t actually played them this season – we’ve got them twice in three weeks. It’s a tough period to say the least.

“We tend to do alright and run them close at home. We always fancy scoring so it should be a good game.

“We’ve kept two clean sheets in a row and we’ve scored goals at the other end, so I’m hoping we keep up the form before that break.

“But it’s going to be extremely difficult, they’re clearly going to win the league this year and from what I’ve heard they’re a very good side.”

And Nott pledged to take the game to the division’s pacesetters.

“Our philosophy is always to attack anybody,” Nott said. “That’s probably our downfall sometimes.

“We want to win and I think we’ve got the players to do that, let’s see what happens – it could be about 8-4!”

Ricky Lane, Danny Andrews and Simon Proffitt return but Chris Reader (hernia) and Phil Anderson miss out.