Football: Balti Sports face trip into bogey team #Football_BaltiJanuary 24, 2020
Simon Proffitt, left, could make his first appearance of the season for Balti Picture: STEVE HUNTER
BALTI Sports’ boss Marco Nott is hoping to taste a long-awaited victory as his troops travel to Chapel Gate to face Bournemouth Sports tomorrow (2pm).
The Weymouth-based side has not won since early December when Sherborne Town Reserves were hammered 5-1.
Speaking to Echosport, Nott revealed the fixture has been a bogey game for Balti.
“They’re quite direct, quite lively and they beat us 6-0 up there last year,” Nott recalled.
“They tend to get clusters of goals against us and we never quite perform when we go up there, for some reason.
“It’s typical us, really.
Hopefully (tomorrow) we can change that, go out there and try and get three points.”
Ricky Lane, Charlie Kenderdine and Josh Burton are unavailable, while Liam Taylor (hamstring) remains out.
Centre-back Lloyd Beals could make his debut, while fellow centre-half Simon Proffitt has signed forms and is in contention to start.
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