Kidderminster Harriers manager Steve Burr admits he will put out a different side for their final game of the season against Histon after missing out on a play-off place.
Harriers will have to settle for a place outside the top five after their loss at Rushden & Diamonds on Monday but will need to beat the relegated Stutes to avoid slipping from sixth position.
Burr told the Express and Star: "Tomorrow we will perhaps look at changing things around a little bit to give the lads a run out that we need to have a look at.
"It's not like we are doing a disservice to anyone else, we have got a squad of players here that we need to use one or two of tomorrow.
"To be honest, some of the lads have been on their last legs, with a small squad it really tests you."
With just one defeat in their last 10 games at home Burr is hopeful of a victory on Saturday.
"We want to send the fans home with a win, they have been fantastic and the atmosphere against Fleetwood last Friday night was unbelievable."
Midfielder Jack Byrne is suspended for the clash while on-loan striker Sean Canham has returned to Hereford. Jamille Matt is again available after he warmed the bench against Rushden.
Histon manager David Livermore is expected to send out an unchanged side, while defender Harri Hawkins is pushing for a starting spot.
Livermore told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire ahead of the clash: "Our motivation has got to be that we haven't won for 13 games now.
"We are playing against a team that is going to be in the play-off final in my opinion so it's always going to be a tough game.
"We'll be looking to break the cycle of defeats, we want to end that before next season."
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