BALTI Sports’ boss Marco Nott feels “robbed” of home advantage as his troops prepare to visit in-form Hamworthy Recreation in the Dorset Senior Trophy second round tomorrow (1.30pm).

Nott’s men were originally drawn at home but twice saw the fixture postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at their Weymouth College base.

With Rec currently possessing a formidable record of 11 wins from 11 in the Dorset Premier League, Nott believes Balti’s task has been made harder through no fault of their own.

He told Echosport: “I feel a bit robbed, really. It’s because our pitch is bad, it’s just because the weather’s been torrential. 

“To get punished for it is harsh. The difference now is that we’ve got to leave at half 11 to get up there. With people (not) getting out of work it’s made for a difficult game.

“It will fall into the hands of Ham Rec but we’ll go there, give it our best and try and get through.

“We’re confident, we’re unbeaten ourselves in the league. We’ll go all out for the win, it’s all or nothing.”

Balti are without Che Curran and Charlie Kenderdine, Phil Anderson (back) is a doubt but Sean Zima returns.