BALTI Sports boss Marco Nott is hoping to continue their “pretty faultless” start to the season when they host Corfe Castle in the Dorset Premier League tomorrow (3pm).

Nott’s men have five wins and just one loss since the turn of the year, and currently sit fourth in the table.

Nott, when asked what he is hoping to see from his side, replied: “Just continue what we have been doing, working hard. When we are at home we tend to play some good football and hopefully we can move the ball quick and we can get up into the attacking areas as quickly as possible.

“We have been pretty faultless in the calendar year so far so we aim to continue that and go out and get another three points if we can.”

Nott also praised Corfe for their attacking play, and expects a watchable fixture.

Nott said: “It should be a good game, we played up there near the start of the season and got a 3-3 draw I think both teams are a little bit similar, both quite attacking teams.

“It should be an entertaining game I would have thought, I very much doubt it will be 0-0.

“They are quite a dangerous team really. A team we can’t really take for granted even though they are a bit lower down in the league.”

“I think when we played them it was their first point of the season they got off us. They have definitely picked up since then.

“Hopefully the lads will be up for it again like they were on Saturday and then hopefully try and go out and get the win.

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Nott expects a couple of changes to ensure other players get some more minutes, but is unsure of the ins and outs.