BALTI Sports’ boss Marco Nott spoke of the respect he has for Holt United ahead of their Dorset Premier League clash at Weymouth College tomorrow (2pm).

However, Nott is out for revenge, with Holt having knocked them out of the League Cup at the quarter-final stage in December with a 3-1 loss.

Nott said: “I quite enjoy the games against them actually, they are really good hard-fought battles.

“They are a good side, Holt.

“We have gone through the leagues with them now for five or six years.

“They knocked us out of the cup a few weeks back so we are trying to go out and get revenge and try and get three points if we can.”

Nott also spoke of his desire to match Holt in winning a couple of leagues, and has so far overseen his side to fifth place so far this season.

Nott said: “They have obviously won a couple of leagues which is what we are trying to do now so it is a tough battle and it always is so we need to be at our best to get something from the game.”

Ricky Lane is struggling with injury but Danny Andrews returns from suspension.

Ash Smith could be available as well for Balti, while captain Ryan Dovell is potentially back and midfielder Charlie Kenderdine is another that could also make a return.