Dorchester Town looking to move away from Blue Square South drop zone
Dorchester Town hope to ease away from the Blue Square South drop zone when they host Hayes and Yeading tomorrow.
The Dorset side have been frustrated of late, and have not won since their 2-1 win over Maidenhead on November 17.
The Magpies have had several games postponed due to the wet weather or clashes with cup games, and will be eager to get a home win under their belts.
Tomorrow's opponents at The Avenue Stadium have been in fairly good form - and come into the game hot off a 2-0 win over Maidenhead.
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Dorchester's FA Cup hero Jake Gosling has now returned to Exeter City after his two-month loan spell.
The Blue Square South table is extremely tight. If the Magpies had beaten Truro last week, they would have gone fourteenth. However, a 2-2 draw leaves Dorchester in eighteenth place.
Three points tomorrow would ease the pressure on Phil Simkins' side and give them some much-needed confidence.