Atherstone manager Ron Bradbury is set to name an unchanged side
for the visit of Weymouth.
Adders are in fine fettle after their 3-2 League Cup win over Nuneaton in midweek and
will be hoping to pick up more points for their push at the top of the table.
"The lads certainly enjoyed the win but it was the only the league cup as
the Nuneaton manager keeps reminding everyone.
"I saw Weymouth lose at Nuneaton 3-2 and they were two quality sides. They have
two small quick men up front and that can give us problems. We dont cope so well
with those sort of strikers so we will have to be on our guard against their movement.
"After the win we had, everyone is feeling good and they only reported with a few
knocks and niggles nothing serious at all."
Bradbury will be hoping for more strike power from the on-loan Richard Landon who
netted against Nuneaton.
"I saw Richard when he was on loan at the Boro and he lacked sharpness because he
had not been playing first team football but he is getting it back now and looking better
with every game.
"I am not sure whether Macclesfield would be prepared to sell him or not. I
dont think there would be a problem with the fee, it is the wages that would prove