BOSS Will Croker admits he has only morsels of information with which to judge Bournemouth's next opponents – Weston-super-Mare.

Lions will hope to earn their second South West Premier win in a row when they make the trip to Somerset on Saturday (3pm).

Croker's troops are set to face something of an unknown quantity as the home side earned promotion from South West One West last season.

The head coach told the Daily Echo: "It's difficult because they got promoted so we don't know a lot about them.

"They tend to play at this level or the level below so they have a decent player base.

"Hornets are from Weston-super-Mare as well and are also in our league, so it tends to be that players bounce between the two clubs.

"We will go there full of confidence because we got our season up and running with a win against Bracknell.

"We know we need to be better on the road and this is actually quite a good game for us to have."

Weston-super-Mare opened their campaign by sharing a draw with Brixham before they received a hammering at Newton Abbot five days ago.

Lions will be without Wyn Roberts as the Welshman is unavailable due to work commitments.