Manager Andy Hessenthaler and his squad are back in action away from home on Saturday when they travel to West Yorkshire to play promotion-chasing FC Halifax Town at The Shay (3pm).
The hosts are currently fourth on the National League table, four points behind third-placed Wrexham, after a four-game unbeaten run.
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT US?
You can read the hosts preview HERE
You can read FC Halifax Town manager Pete Wild’s thoughts ahead of the game HERE
LAST TIME WE MET
November’s meeting between the sides at Crabble saw the visitors win 3-1.
Billy Waters opened the scoring for FC Halifax Town in the eighth minute before Ben Williamson equalised in the 75th minute.
Halifax responded with Kieran Green heading home from a corner moments later before Waters sealed the win two minutes from time.
Billy Waters is leading the way with 13 goals in the National League this season.
NATIONAL LEAGUE FORM GUIDE
05/03 Weymouth 0-2 FC Halifax Town
26/02 FC Halifax Town 1-0 Barnet
22/02 Notts County 1-1 FC Halifax Town
Marshall Wratten (hamstring), TJ Bramble (back), James Caton (hamstring), and Noah Carney (foot) will all miss the trip after picking up injuries this week.
Bramble and Caton picked up theirs in the defeat at Barnet last Saturday, while Wratten and Carney suffered theirs in the Kent Senior Cup game at Dartford on Tuesday night.
Captain Ryan Hanson, Alex Green (ankle), Seth Twumasi (knee), and Travis Gregory (knee) all remain on the sidelines.
Player/coach Reda Johnson and Arjanit Krasniqi are both fit again and are included in the matchday squad.
For fans heading to The Shay wanting to wear the same shirts as the players, we will be wearing our red shirts.
The game kicks off at 3pm but if you are unable to make the trip, BBC Radio Kent will be providing commentary HERE
Please note that there will be no coverage of the game on Twitter @DAFCLiveText
You can get all the information you need HERE
SATURDAY’S OTHER NATIONAL LEAGUE FIXTURES
Altrincham v Eastleigh
Boreham Wood v Chesterfield
King’s Lynn Town v Torquay United
Wealdstone v Weymouth
Woking v Maidenhead United
Yeovil Town v Grimsby Town