WEYMOUTH entertain Bromley in Vanarama National League action tomorrow (3pm).

But what side will manager Brian Stock name at the Bob Lucas Stadium?

Echosport takes a look at how Weymouth could line up, profiling each player within a fluid 4-5-1 or 4-3-3 formation in attack.

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Goalkeeper: Ethan Ross

Looks to have cemented the number one spot for league action, whereas Gerard Benfield got the nod in cup competitions.

Has made several important saves in recent games, notably the reflex stop to keep out Hartlepool deep into stoppage-time of the Terras' 1-0 win.

Left-back: Ollie Harfield

Really coming into his own since an outstanding performance against Torquay, in which he provided a beautiful assist for Cody Cooke.

Harfield looks a real threat bombing down the wing and his deliveries from the left are creating chances for the Terras.

Defensively, has been as solid as last season when he nailed down his place at left-back.

Centre-back: Jacob Mensah

Has started every game since joining the Terras prior to facing Darlington.

Forming a solid partnership with Dom Revan in central defence and keeping the likes of experience National League centre-back Myles Anderson and Brennan Camp out of the side.

Often heard barking out orders to players in front of him, Mensah has also shown leadership on the pitch.

Centre-back: Dom Revan

Undoubtedly Weymouth's star addition in January, Revan is probably the first name on the Terras' teamsheet.

His pace, impeccable tackling and reading of the game are major assets for Stock's men.

Two clean sheets and a goalline clearance in his first three games, but caught out a touch at Boreham Wood by a ball over the top for the winning goal.

Right-back: Calvin Brooks

Rested for Tuesday night's 1-0 loss at Boreham Wood, Brooks is likely to be back in contention for a starting place against Bromley.

Has been an ever-present for Weymouth since their Southern League days under Mark  Molesley and proving that the step up to National League level does not faze him.

Central midfield: Jake McCarthy

With skipper Josh McQuoid set to miss this game, McCarthy will provide Weymouth's attacking creativity in the centre of the park.

Classy in possession and has a habit of getting into dangerous positions in the box.

Will be keen to improve his finishing after missing two excellent chances against Notts County.

Central midfield: Jordan Ngalo

Like Brooks, Ngalo has shone in his first taste of National League football.

Looks assured sitting in front of Mensah and Revan, using his range of passing and strength to good effect.

Central midfield: Andy Robinson

With McQuoid out injured with a hamstring issue, Robinson looks set to fill the void.

Has been Stock's preferred midfield back-up option on the bench since returning from a hip flexor injury and should get his chance in this game.

Left wing: Sean Shields

Proving himself to be a fantastic bit of business, Shields has slotted in seamlessly on the wing.

His partnership with Ollie Harfield on the left is bubbling up nicely and he is the Terras' go-to man for most corners and free-kicks.

Only thing missing in his game is goals.

Striker: Andy Dallas

Weymouth will be keen to extend the Scotsman's loan from Cambridge United having made a significant impact since joining.

Has netted two goals in four games and causes defences all sorts of problems by running into the channel and using his pace.

Will likely lead Weymouth's attack on his own, with Shields and Pierre Fonkeu in support.

Right-wing: Pierre Fonkeu

Looks an excellent addition to the Weymouth attack, with his sharp movement and electric pace key features of his game.

May need a couple of games to show his true colours having not played for a while before his move to Dorset.