Weymouth manager Mark Molesley knows that everything is still to play for as his side head into a clash at rivals Kettering Town (7.45pm) tonight.

The crunch match could prove crucial in deciding the destination of their play-off semi-final in the Evo-Stik Southern Premier Division. The Poppies are in third, ahead of the Terras on goal difference after a 7-0 win over Gosport on Tuesday and with a game in hand, but they still have to play league leaders Hereford before the end of the season.

Molesley said: “Everything is to play for still so it is exciting times and a lot of challenges await. The next game is always the biggest game for us and that is certainly the case with Kettering.

“We are always respectful of the opposition but we know that we go there and if we work hard and make sure we show the right attitude and work ethic then we feel we can give them a good game. We are looking forward to the game now.

“We always respond well, we always react well.”

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