Darren Sarll has said he will need to ring the changes to try and spark his struggling Yeovil Town side in to life after two drab performances.

The Glovers face Altrincham at Huish Park on Tuesday night on the back of a goalless draw against Maidenhead United in midweek and a 2-0 defeat at home to Notts County on Saturday.

Speaking after the loss, the manager said: “We are going to have to open the door for other opportunities which come in the squad depth and we have to look at throwing them around and see if we can spark a bit of attacking pulse out of someone else.

“Sometimes we are crying out for coming out of the team and just watching, and we need to spark something because that was nowhere near good enough.

Sonny Blu Lo-Everton, who was replaced by Ben Seymour after 56 minutes.
Picture courtesy of Mike Kunz.

The manager made three changes from the side which drew in the week with striker Ben Seymour, midfielder Mitchell Rose and winger Charlie Wakefield dropping to the bench in place of Sonny Blu Lo-Everton, Matt Worthington and new signing Dion Pereira.

There was no place in the squad for loanee Lewis Simper who the manager said was continuing to struggle after coming down with COVID-19 and an injury, or defender Jordan Dyer, the two of Yeovil’s seven loanees to miss out.

Striker Adi Yussuf, who was available after a one-match suspension, and left-back Jordan Barnett who would both have been attacking outlets both remained on the bench against Notts whilst Alex Bradley did not even make the squad.

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