REFRESHED Weymouth visit Maidenhead United looking for a third Vanarama National League away win of the season tonight (7.45pm).

Brian Stock’s men have not played for two weeks following a crammed Easter schedule encompassing four games in 12 days.

The Terras have dealt with enforced breaks this season due to coronavirus, but the latest lay-off came as a double-header against Dover was cancelled due to the Whites’ decision to stop play.

Saturday’s trip to Hartlepool was then postponed until Saturday, May 29.

Weymouth’s last outing came in a poor 3-0 loss to Aldershot.

Stock feels Weymouth have taken a “much-needed rest” after that defeat but have retained match sharpness after drawing 0-0 with Bournemouth Under-23s last week.

He told Echosport: “After the Aldershot game everyone was disappointed.

“We’ve asked a lot of the players going away to Halifax and Torquay and we felt the energy levels were really low.

“This break’s come at a good time. There have been two other times when a break’s come at a bad time when we had momentum.

“I do think this was a much-needed rest. It gave us the opportunity to give the players a rest, we got the team together for team bonding.

“We followed it up with a fixture against Bournemouth Under-23s in midweek. The rest has been good and the training in between.

“We go into a game (tonight) fresh and well prepared.”

Weymouth are looking to complete a third victory over Maidenhead this season.

Stock’s men beat the Magpies 3-2 in the FA Trophy and staged a dramatic fightback in early April to earn a 2-1 league victory.

Stock said: “We’ll hopefully do the treble! When I look back at both those games we showed a real desire.

“It’s something I want to make sure we have for the rest of the season.

“Maidenhead will feel aggrieved that they didn’t get anything from the game, so they’ll be trying to get one back on us I’d imagine.

“Their last few results have been impressive. They’ve gone away to Stockport and got a point and got another two wins. They’ll be organised and hard to beat.”

Elaborating on their pre-match preparation for Maidenhead, Stock said of the friendly: “It was important we had a fixture.

“I was worried giving them the Saturday off. We didn’t want to pick up any muscle tears.

“It was important we touched base with the players to go something prior to the game. Everyone reported back, showing great professionalism.

“The game was played at the right tempo and gave some players much-needed minutes. It was an entertaining 0-0!

“But it served its purpose for both teams. Having that relationship with Bournemouth and being able to play at the drop of a hat is something that is a benefit for us.

“We hoping to utilise that again going forward.”

Dom Revan (broken jaw) has permanently returned to parent club Aston Villa.

Andy Dallas, who extended his loan from Cambridge United until the end of the season, is a minor injury doubt, while captain Josh McQuoid (ankle) is in contention for a squad place.

Weymouth could involve Ben Morgan (knee) after his half-time substitution against Aldershot.