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Match Preview: Weymouth (A)

3 May 2021

The Bees will hoping for a response as they head to Weymouth for a bank holiday Monday clash with Weymouth. Preview in association with LVBet.

FIXTURE DETAILS:

Weymouth FC vs Barnet FC 

Monday May 3rd, 15:00

Bob Lucas Stadium 

Vanarama National League 

 

THE TERRAS:

League Position: 18th (P35, W10, D6, L19)

Last Fixture: Woking 2-4 Weymouth (Saturday 1st May) 

Manager: Brian Stock 

Top Scorer: Andrew Dallas (10 goals)

The Terras have had a good first season back in The National League, following the departure of manager Mark Moseley in the summer, Brian Stock has taken the reigns and led Weymouth to a steady season. They come into the clash with the Bees in good form having won both of their last two fixtures, so the Bees will need to put in a good performance if they are going to react to two straight defeats. With no relegation on the cards, the Terras faithful will be looking forward to cheering thei team on in The National League in the 21/22 season. 

THE BEES:

After some promising performances, the Bees let themselves down on Saturday as they fell to a comprehensive defeat at the hands of Dagenham and Redbridge. Goals in either half for the Daggers sealed a dominant three points for Daryl McMahon's side, leaving Simon Bassey furious at his side's performance. He called on the Bees to show character and their worth when they next to take to the field, so hopefully they go out with a point to prove in Dorset. Before Saturday's humbling at the hands of Dagenham, the Bees had improved of late and are one of the form teams in the league, so they'll want to show that it was a bump in the road and highlight that the team have well and truly turned a corner. In what has been a disappointing campaign, the onus is on the players to finish the season strongly and give the Bee Army something to smile about. 

LAST TIME WE MET:

The Bees secured the points at The Hive in the reverse fixture, as a Wes Fonguck strike secured all three points for Peter Beadle's men. 

HOW TO FOLLOW THE ACTION:

Weymouth will be streaming the game and you can purchase a match pass by CLICKING HERE

Alternatively, Bees fans can follow our live blog which will be on site tomorrow morning - please note as part of our boycott from social media there will be no live twitter updates. 

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Match Reports

Match Report: Weymouth 0-2 Barnet FC

3 May 2021

The Bees bounced back from Saturday's defeat, as goals from Ben Richards-Everton and Tomi Adeloye secured a league double over Weymouth.

The Bees first chance came on 15 minutes, as the returning Sam Skeffington saw his powerful strike beaten away by the Weymouth goalkeeper, after the ball fell to him 22 yards from goal. 

Simon Bassey's side continued to dominate proceedings and nearly took the lead on 25 minutes after a nice passing move finished with Ephron Mason-Clark forcing Ross into a fine save. 

The Bees pressure told just ten minutes before half time, as Ben Nugent fizzed a ball that dropped from a free-kick and found Ben Richards-Everton who could not miss from five yards out. 

Weymouth almost responded immediately as McCarthy capitalised on a defensive mix up, only to skew his effort well wide of Adam Parkes' goal. 

The hosts had a couple of free-kicks in the dying moments of the half, but didn't make the most of the opportunities, meaning the Bees deservedly led at the break. 

It should have been two just after the break, as Skeffington released Adeloye who was clear on goal, only for his effort to be saved by Ross. 

The game took a turn on 57 minutes after Anthony Wordsworth was shown a straight red card for a two footed challenge, the referee was in no doubt with his decision and the Bees could have little complaint. 

Adam Parkes was soon called into action as he made a great reflex stop from a backpost header after a dangerous cross into the box from Shields. 

The Bees almost doubled their lead through Alex McQueen, after his free-kick floated in the wind and forced Ross to tip the effort over the crossbar. 

Bassey's side dealt with their man disadvantage well and looked resolute throughout, limiting Weymouth to few opportunities whilst looking threatening through Mason-Clark and Adeloye. 

The sucker punch counter attack came on the 80th minute as we doubled our advantage, as the Bees cleared a corner and Adeloye raced clear with no one around him before slotting through Ross' legs and into the net. 

The Bees stood firm to the late Weymouth pressure to secure all three points on the road for a second weekend in a row. After a strong display it was no less than Simon Bassey's side deserved. 

Barnet: Parkes (GK), McQueen, Richards-Everton, Nugent, Vaughan (c), Skeffington, Kefalas, Taylor, Wordsworth, Mason-Clark (Petrasso 89'), Adeloye (Baker-Richardson 89'). 

Subs not used: Callan, Vasiliou, Preston. 

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