WEYMOUTH manager David Oldfield feels there is no added pressure on the Terras ahead of their season-ending trip to rock-bottom Dover Athletic tomorrow (3pm).

Dover currently have just one point from 43 games following a 12-point deduction caused by pulling out of league action in the previous season.

Weymouth go into the bottom-of-the-table Vanarama National League clash one place above the Kent side, and the onus will be on the Terras to take a positive result into the summer break.

Both sides have been relegated but, asked by Echosport if there was extra pressure on Weymouth given Dover’s troubles, Oldfield said: “To be honest, I don’t think so.

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“I don’t think that will be in Dover’s mind either. Both teams have to show integrity, our work and professionalism.

“We are working together and moving forward, irrespective of what happens next.”

He added: “It’s an important game for many reasons.

“We need to look forward to a busy summer for everybody but make sure we’re fully focused (tomorrow).

“With it being the last game, we need to work as hard as the other games and do our best to hold our heads up high in a very difficult season.

“I know Dover will feel the same. It’s a good game for us and one we’re looking forward to.”

Terras skipper Josh McQuoid (shoulder) misses out, while Ahkeem Rose (hamstring) will be assessed.

Long-term injury absentee Martell Taylor-Crossdale (knee) could be involved for the first time under Oldfield.