Swindon Supermarine boss Lee Spalding expects his side to go into Saturday’s home clash against high-flying Poole Town in confident mood.
The Dolphins are currently sitting in sixth place in Southern Premier South and on an impressive unbeaten run of five matches.
Marine however were the last team to beat Poole after they won 5-2 at the Tatnum Ground back on January 15th.
A disappointing 4-0 defeat against Frome Town two weeks ago ended a three-match winning sequence for Marine while last weekend’s clash at Taunton was postponed because of the weather.
Spalding though is not dwelling on the defeat against Frome and says his side must believe they can get a result against Poole.
“It’s disappointing to have a game called off,” said Spalding. “But we’re looking forward to it, it is a great opportunity to have a good reaction to the defeat against Frome.
“It is an important game, they are a good side. It is a game where we will go into it looking for an instant reaction. We have been in good form apart from the Frome game, over the past two and a half months we have been in excellent form.
“It is important this Saturday that we go into the game full of belief, full of confidence and believe that we can get something out of the game.”
On-loan Swindon Town goalkeeper Will Henry will be between the sticks for Marine after the League Two club agreed for him to return to the Webb’s Wood Stadium to fill in for the suspended Martin Horsell.
Saturday’s match kicks off at 3pm at the Webb’s Wood Stadium.
Watch Nick Taylor’s interview with Lee Spalding below.