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Fleet boss issues complacency warning

Ebbsfleet v Weymouth

EBBSFLEET UNITED welcome Weymouth to Stonebridge Road on Saturday with manager Liam Daish warning against complacency in the light of his team's eye-catching 4-1 win over Grays Athletic on New Year's Day.

Daish is also in a good position in the treatment room with only Chris McPhee likely to recover from an ankle and knee injury in time for the Blue Square Premier clash.

The boss said: "I am sure some people would have noticed the magnificent result against Grays and I thought it was our best performance of the season but it is important that come the Weymouth match we have tuned in again.

"It will be a tough game but we have to keep our momentum going, the lads have worked ever so hard over Christmas and the Weymouth game is massive."

Weymouth go into the game five points off the relegation zone having lost 3-0 at home to Salisbury on New Year's Day.

They could give a debut to 19-year-old striker Wilfried Domoraud who has joined the south coast club on a month's loan from Yeovil Town.

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