WEYMOUTH manager Brian Stock believes the Terras have “nothing to lose” against Sutton United tomorrow (3pm), adding: “The pressure’s on them”.

Sutton – who like Weymouth are three-quarters full-time – currently sit second in the Vanarama National League, four points behind Torquay with a game in hand.

It means the Gander Green Lane side, 1-0 victors over Weymouth earlier in the season, are gunning for promotion, while the 18th-placed Terras are safe from relegation.

Going into the clash, Stock emphasised the strain Sutton are under to produce a result.

He told Echosport: “We go into it with nothing to lose, the pressure’s on them to win the game of football.

“I was really impressed with them earlier in the season. I felt they had a whole team, squad and management, that knew exactly what they wanted to try and achieve.

“Although they’re very direct, they play percentages, get into areas and have got quality in the final third.

“It’s going to be a very tough game but we can take confidence from our last two away games.”

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Asked if the 2-0 home loss to Barnet last time out was a blip, Stock replied: “It was three games in six days and was crazy.

“With a small squad because of furlough and trying to save money, it puts a lot of strain on the players.

“When you compare the performance two days prior, it’s one of those that you put behind you and go again.

“Although it was similar to Aldershot (3-0 loss), I’ve been really pleased with our performance away at Maidenhead and Woking, so I’m not going to be too down about it.”

Centre-back Ben Morgan (hamstring) misses out and could be replaced by the returning Josh Leslie-Smith.

Stock added: “Josh trained once last week. I wanted to try and give him some minutes but was forced into two early changes.

“He’ll be ready to be called upon. Apart from that, we’ve had to rest one or two which will stand us in good stead.”