BALTI Sports enter tomorrow’s Dorset Premier League derby at home to Bridport Reserves in determined mood (2pm).

Marco Nott’s men have only won once in six games in all competitions, while slipping down to ninth in the league table from an early high of fourth.

Balti thumped Bridport 9-1 in the second game of the season, sparking a 12-game losing streak for the Bees, who have recovered now with consecutive wins.

However, Nott is backing his side to turn in a positive result, telling Echosport: “We’re currently on a bad run, we’ve had quite a few tough games and we haven’t hit much form.

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“The performances have been there, just not results. We had a good win at Bridport earlier on in the season but they’ve got stronger in the last few results.

“It’s always going to be a tough game against Bridport, so I’d expect nothing different. I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before we get that run.

“In a derby anything can happen, so we’ll look forward to it and if we can get the three points that would be great.”

Derek Wall (knee) and Ethan Devaney are doubts, while James Hansford comes back in.