BALTI Sports' boss Marco Nott believes fourth position in the Dorset Premier League is "all to play for" heading into the crunch part of the season. 

Nott's men face a daunting trip to Westland Sports tomorrow (3pm) - a venue at which the Weymouth-based side has never won.

Westland are perched in third place with 40 points having lost just three games all season, while Balti are three points adrift in seventh having played five games more.

Nott's men are therefore realistically in a battle with Gillingham, Dorchester Sports and Bournemouth Sports for top-four honours and a repeat of last season's position.

Nott told Echosport: "(Westland) are a very good side and I don't think we've ever won there.

"We had a 0-0 draw just after Christmas and it looks like more of the same.

"Them, Ham Rec and Merley are probably going to be the top three. It's just a case of fighting for fourth position.

"It's all to play for, obviously we want to finish as high as we can. We're still going to blood youngsters to give them more minutes ready for next season.

"They've been outstanding so far."

Suspended duo Sammy Nichols and Charlie Kenderdine miss out.

Goalkeeper Andy Nott (ankle) is nearing a return, meaning brother and boss Marco will continue to deputise, and Phil Anderson is a minor doubt.