Weymouth manager Mark Molesley has described the friendly against the British Virgin Islands on Wednesday (7.30pm) as a “real coup” for the club.

The friendly, announced on Thursday, will see the Terras take on a side from the British Overseas Territory with the national side currently holding a training camp in Milton Abbey.

Molesley said: “It is a great coup for the club that the British Virgin Islands have chosen our football club and our ground to try and come and get a friendly so we are pleased to get on board.

“It will give players who need much needed minutes and it also gives us the chance for Weymouth to host an international game.”

The match will come three days before Weymouth host Banbury United in their Evo-Stik Southern Premier League fixture at the Bob Lucas and Molesley admits it will be a chance to look at some players.

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