JASON Lee says he could make wholesale changes to his Boston United side ahead of today’s clash at Bishop’s Stortford.
The Pilgrims go down south to Hertfordshire to face the Blues, looking to bounce back immediately from Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to Hinckley.
After starting the season with a 1-0 win at Droylsden and a 6-0 midweek drubbing of Histon, the amber and blacks came up short on Saturday.
Lee named an unchanged starting XI for those opening matches.
But he says he will tinker with his team as he can’t expect the same side to start four matches in 10 days.
“We need to try to get some freshness back and see if we can freshen it up a little bit,” he told The Standard.
“We may need to freshen it up just to make sure we don’t overdo people.
“We’ve got a squad and we need to use them.
“Some may well get an opportunity to come in and stake a claim.”
Last season Marc Newsham struck a winning goal seven minutes into time added on at Woodside Park to earn Boston a 1-0 win.
Although admitting he’d take a similar result today (KO 3pm), Lee says he won’t let his side put anything down to chance.
He added: “You always go to the end, but you never hope to get a late goal, you look to do it all over 90 minutes.
“We’re not going to hang on and expect to get a late goal.
“We’re going to try to win the match as early as possible.”