WEYMOUTH manager Brian Stock believes “it’s crazy” for Vanarama National League teams to play two games in three days on Bank Holiday weekend.

Stock leads the Terras to Woking tomorrow (3pm) before a 48-hour turnaround as Barnet visit the Bob Lucas Stadium.

Before Tuesday’s 1-0 win at Maidenhead, Weymouth had taken 14 days off due to fixture cancellations.

However, a busy Easter schedule crammed four matches into 12 days – a factor Stock felt contributed to a dour 3-0 loss to Aldershot.

He told Echosport: “I still don’t understand why players, clubs and part-time clubs – especially in this league – are forced to play two games in three days.

“It’s crazy, especially with the restraints we have and the relatively small squad due to players being furloughed.”

Nevertheless, Stock is hoping to achieve back-to-back away wins for the first time this season against a Woking side nestling two places below the Terras in 20th.

“Woking had a really good start to the season and they’re a team that know what they’re about,” he said.

“They’re very direct, that’s their style and everyone adheres to that. They’ve had some fantastic results and are very hard to break down – especially if they go a goal up.

“We’ll be looking to start fast.”

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Weymouth welcome back striker Andy Dallas and defender Josh Leslie-Smith from injury, while Ben Thomson (groin) and Sean Shields (ankle) will be assessed.

Making use of the flexi-furlough scheme, Stock has also recalled midfielder Jack Dickson.

Explaining the decision, Stock said: “We looked at the scenario and felt that, although we want to try and save money, Jack was an exception.

“We wanted to bring him back just to make sure that come the end of the season he’s had his chance to show what he can do at this level.

“He’s been very professional both while away from and at the club.

“He’s come back with a bang and will go into the squad over the Saturday and Monday having had two or three training sessions.”