DORCHESTER Sports’ manager Ashley James is aiming to right the wrongs of a 2-2 draw with Bournemouth Sports when the two sides collide at Chapel Gate tomorrow (2pm).

Adam Wash scored a superb brace in the reverse fixture at the Clayson Stadium three weeks ago, only for Bournemouth’s Ben Bosley and Cameron Shaw to peg the hosts back.

In picking up a point, Dorchester Sports were held to their sixth draw in 10 home Dorset Premier League games.

And James is targeting all three points this time around.

He told Echosport: “We were 2-0 up and drew 2-2 at full-time – we should’ve been good enough. Hopefully we can go one better at their place.

“They were a decent side, well-organised and liked a good battle. First half there only looked like one winner.

“Unfortunately we took our foot off the gas, they stepped it up and it’s another draw at home.

“It’s been the story of our season.

“We’re expecting a tough one at their place, but if we play like we did in the first half for the whole game, then we’re confident we can get a result.”

James is without Ash Smith and Pat Thomas (both unavailable) plus Will Gould (knee).