BALTI Sports’ boss Marco Nott has revenge in mind as Holt United visit Weymouth College in their Dorset Premier League contest at Weymouth College tomorrow (2pm).

Nott’s men were dumped out at the League Cup preliminary round by a late Holt goal as the Bulls progressed 2-1, Lewis Sainval netting a brace.

Despite losing star striker Nathan Saxby to Merley in the summer, Holt have rebuilt well and Nott knows his quest for vengeance will be challenging.

Asked if he was looking for payback, Nott told Echosport: “I suppose so. It was a close game up there and they got the winner with pretty much the last kick of the game.

“Both teams have a lot of respect for each other and every time we play them it’s a real battle – a good game of football as well, so we look forward to it.

“They seem to have recruited well in the summer. When we played last time they had quite a lot of new faces.”

Balti halted a run of three defeats with a 5-1 pasting of Sherborne Town Reserves last time out, and Nott is targeting back-to-back victories.

He said: “The way we finished that game was really strong. Some players are coming back to form now.

“Being at home, we’re unbeaten, and we can go out there full of confidence and try and get the win if we can, but it won’t be easy.”

Left-back Liam Taylor and midfielders Carl McClements, Sean Zima and Ryan Dovell miss out for Balti.