WEYMOUTH captain Harry Mitchell is ignoring form ahead of the Seasiders’ County Division One battle with Broadstone Seconds at Delph Woods tomorrow (1.30pm).

Mitchell’s men picked up a huge win over rivals Portland last time out, while Broadstone were condemned to their fifth consecutive loss of the campaign.

But Mitchell is wary of Weymouth’s opponents, with their first team having won the Dorset Funeral Plan Premier League title as recently as 2017.

He told Echosport: “You look at us, two of our first-team players can only play at home. With a second team you never know, they might have players back from university.

“They might put players down for a game, you can never take a second team lightly, regardless of their results.

“I’m not going to take their season’s form into account. We’re going to look at the game as if it was Portland, try and do what we do and go from there.”

Weymouth are beset by selection problems with first-teamers John Wilson, Matt Lawes, Ben Lawes, Dave Blackman, Dom Webb, Kieron Womble, Tommy England and Graham Puckett all out.

Batsman James Almond makes a long-awaited return to the side along with Jack Sapsworth who will keep wicket in Blackman and Womble’s absence. Andy Anderson and Mark Rogers come in.

Weymouth: Collins, J Sapsworth, Browne, Almond, Reed, Walton, Mitchell, Urumancheri, Beals, Anderson, Rogers