JASON Guy’s Warminster Town side is suffering from a lack of personnel in midfield ahead of tomorrow’s visit to Whitchurch United.

Three first choice midfielders are missing. Guy himself and Tom Baxter are suspended and Greg Lewis will miss the game with a bad ankle.

In defence Mark Breffit is also suspended and these four absences could result in some fringe players getting a game.

Guy said: “We’ve got quite a few midfielders out. We’re going to have to try and work a bit of magic.

“I’ve got a few players that can slot in, good utility players who can do jobs. It’s going to be a case of swinging things around a bit.

“I’m hoping to bring in a lad from the reserves, Liam Flowers. He’s a defender or a midfielder and hopefully he might get a run-out.

“I’m waiting on the availability of another two players.

“It’s up to the guys who step into the team to put in a performance and keep their slot.”

Warminster are aiming to extend their 10-match unbeaten league run going tomorrow against a side they beat 3-2 at the end of November.

In a game which saw Guy adopt an unfamiliar position in goal, Warminster threw away a 2-0 lead despite having a one man advantage and Whitchurch pulled it back to 2-2.

With the game looking destined to end honours even, Warminster grabbed a last minute winner.

Guy said his game in goal had been strictly a one-off.

He said: “It’s not something I’d want to repeat. I’m safer on the bench. I actually thought Whitchurch were quite a good team. They worked really hard and they never gave up at all. At 2-0 down and going down to 10 men, with the commitment they put in, they well-deserved to draw equal at 2-2. I was impressed with them and I’m expecting a tough game tomorrow.”

Warminster’s game against Amesbury Town on Wednesday was postponed as there was still snow on the Weymouth Street pitch.