WEYMOUTH & Portland coach Rich Bament sees chinks in Dorset Dockers’ armour as second visits third in their Wadworth Dorset & Wilts One South battle on Saturday (2.15pm).

Dockers, who are fending off the Seahorses by three points, are renowned for a flamboyant style of play – but Bament is confident of exposing the Christchurch side’s weaknesses.

He told Echosport: “When they attack, they’re quite good to watch with a bit of flair to them.

“But I’ve got some little pin-pointers where we can target them, so we will see whether my plan comes to fruition.”

He added: “We know what to expect from Dockers, they’re the same whichever team turns up for them.

“They’ve got some good players and I’ve learnt quite a lot from watching them – hopefully we’ll be able to come away with a result because there’s a lot of players back available.”

Will Eckersley, Tim Comben, Matt Savage, Luke Benyon return but forwards Dan and Billy Hayne are unavailable.