WEYMOUTH boss Brian Stock has stressed the importance of tomorrow’s Vanarama National League clash with Wealdstone as the Terras look to gain ground in the table (3pm).

After away matches at Wrexham and Dagenham, Stock’s men return to the Bob Lucas Stadium looking to build on promising home form.

Weymouth have claimed 10 points in five home league games, whereas the Stones are winless in their last nine away league games, since a 1-0 win at Halifax in November.

Both sides share similarities being newly promoted and part-time, but Stock is taking nothing for granted due to Wealdstone’s flexibility.

He told Echosport: “It’s an important game for us.

“We come off the back of two away games, a lot of travelling and a lot of sacrifices for some players with their work commitments.

“Wealdstone are still a good side. They’ve still got the same players, there might be one or two changes.

“The one thing that amazes me is how flexible they are as a team. You try and do your homework on opposition.

“Usually, you have an idea of what formation they’ll play. In recent games they’ve flipped between three formations on a regular basis.

“It certainly gets the opposition guessing. They flip between a back four and three. It isn’t easy unless you work on it.

“They’ve got the same restrictions as us in terms of contact time. Fair play to them.”

Weymouth will nurse some players through fatigue after the 1-1 draw with Dagenham, while Calvin Brooks and Sean Shields (both ankle) will be assessed.