WEYMOUTH will renew rivalries with Eastleigh in the Vanarama National League tomorrow (3pm).

Having played out a 0-0 draw in the initial fixture on Boxing Day, the Terras now host the Spitfires at the Bob Lucas Stadium behind closed doors.

For Weymouth manager Brian Stock, the stalemate handed his side an insight into how the Hampshire outfit may set up.

Consequently, he expects Weymouth to have to work hard for goals with Eastleigh recording back-to-back clean sheets.

Stock told Echosport: “It’s fresh in everyone’s memories from only playing them on Boxing Day.

“I don’t think they’ll change too much, they’ve got strength in depth and it’s going to be another tough test.

“It sometimes takes a whole day to do your research on the opposition but we’re very fortunate to have two (scouts) looking almost on a daily basis.

“But to relay that message does take time, and scouting reports. I do believe that having played Eastleigh not long ago that gives us a heads up in terms of preparation.

“They’ve gone away to Woking, who are a direct side, and got a clean sheet at their place. By the looks of things it’s going to be tough to score against them.”

Brennan Camp returns from suspension, while fellow defender Corey Jordan (concussion) is being monitored closely by parent club Bournemouth.

The Terras will train on Friday morning both to prepare for Eastleigh and to assess Jordan.

Andy Robinson (hip) and Ben Thomson (ankle) could return in a week, but Myles Anderson (ribs) remains out.

Sean Shields is in contention to return, the winger having missed the 4-3 loss to Torquay with fatigue.

Shields has consistently topped the Terras’ running charts – and former Wales midfielder Stock believes his workload replicates that of a Championship player at least.

He said: “Sean covers more ground than any other player in the club – by a mile. He works hard and puts a lot into games.

“Sean has been top of the list in every single game he’s played since he’s been here. That’s sprint distance and high-speed running.

“Generally, the wide players do cover more ground than some, but he’s consistently hitting numbers that I would expect to see in the Championship, if not in the Premier League.”