EVESHAM United may be forced to shuffle the pack for Saturday’s trip to Mangotsfield United (3pm).

Midfielder Joe Turley is unavailable for the Southern League Division One South clash with fitness concerns over Will Wellon (calf), Will Tunnicliff (ankle) and Liam Harding.

The Robins had been in fine form prior to last weekend's 3-1 home defeat to Bideford and will be looking for a return to winning ways against relegation-haunted Mangotsfield who have lost their past six. 

"We need to see a reaction," said manager Paul Collicutt.

“It is never the easiest of places to go. I remember going there after a good FA Cup run a few years ago and they gave us a right pasting.

“We have had a variety of results there in the past and I expect it to be a very difficult game for us.

“Winning games is now key, drawing can be just as bad as losing. We have got 16 games left and we have to try to win the bulk of them without losing, and we face a lot of the top sides.

“Mangotsfield are towards the bottom of the table but it is always a difficult place to play.

"There are a few lads with associations to both clubs which will no doubt add some spice as well."