BALTI Sports are in “positive mood” as the Weymouth-based outfit looks to maintain its unbeaten Dorset Premier League record this season when Bournemouth Sports visit Weymouth College tomorrow (3pm).

Marco Nott’s men are perched in a lofty second place behind leaders Hamworthy Recreation, who have taken 10 wins from 10 games.

Although Balti are yet to taste defeat, four draws among their 10 games have created an eight-point chasm between first and second.

Looking ahead to the meeting, Nott is relishing a return to home territory after over a month of playing on the road.

He said: “Shaftesbury was our last home game, it was probably five weeks ago. It will be strange going back home but good because we do play good football at home.

“We’ve kept the unbeaten run going away from home and we’ll be hoping to continue where we left off last week if we can.

“We can never turn away points and we’ll try and win the game if we can. If it was away from home we’d look to at least draw the game.

“We’re in positive mood at the moment, we had pretty much every member of the squad at training, which is a rarity. They’re all enjoying their football.”

Balti are without Sammy Nichols but Carl McClements, Stefanos Stavrianos, Che Curran and Ethan Devaney return.