WEYMOUTH manager Brian Stock believes “results will look after themselves” if the Terras’ performances remain high.

Stock’s men travel to Dagenham & Redbridge tonight (7.45pm) after the Daggers’ squad passed a late round of Covid-19 tests, Echosport understands.

The Londoners were forced to postpone their clash with Stockport on Saturday due to the virus.

With the game given the green light, Weymouth will now look to add to their tally of two Vanarama National League away victories this season.

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Speaking to the Dorset Echo after Saturday’s 2-0 loss at Wrexham, Stock said: “We have come a long way as a group.

“When you look at away performances, we’ve gone to Stockport and got a result, we went to King’s Lynn – who, for me are a good side – and got a result there.

“This (Wrexham) result is fine lines. They’ve gone on to win the game and it might look quite comfortable, but we were well in the game.

“We’ll go into the game having to dust ourselves down. Yes, we want to win the game and try and accumulate as many points as we can.

“Performance is key, if we get that same level I’m sure the results will look after themselves.”

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Weymouth will target revenge for a 3-2 loss to the Daggers in December.

Helping their cause is a possible return to action for defender Calvin Brooks and winger Sean Shields after ankle injuries.

“They’ve got a very good chance,” Stock admitted. “Sean will be fit to play. We just need to monitor Calvin.”