WIMBORNE Town boss Tim Sills is keen to shuffle the pack ahead of two fixtures in three days, but insisted that full focus is on Saturday’s game with Malvern.

Magpies welcome Southern league Division One South newcomers Malvern to New Cuthbury this weekend (Saturday 3pm), before travelling to neighbours Bashley on bank holiday Monday.

Whilst Sills is aware of the challenge of playing twice in 72 hours, he shared that Magpies will take each game as it comes.

He explained to the Daily Echo: “It’s one of those early in the season where two games in three days is a big ask of most squads at this level and we will be no different.

“We’ll obviously approach tomorrow, not give Monday any thought at all at the moment.

“And then once we've got tomorrow out the way, then we'll start to plan for the next one.

“We’ve had Harry Morgan who's injured his ankle and then came back and injured his other ankle.

“So he's been really unlucky at the start of the season and he's a big miss for us, one of our mainstays.

“The boys who have come in have done really well, supported and deputised brilliantly and we've shuffled the pack every game so far.

“I like to try and keep it fresh, especially at the start of the season and give everyone a chance, keep everyone interested.

“And I'm sure the next two games will give us an opportunity to do that again.”

Asked what he knew of Malvern, Sills replied: “Little bit and bobs, just from a couple of contacts that I've got and things.

“We'll be as prepared as we possibly can be as always.

“We've had reports that they're going to be another really strong promoted team so we're expecting a real test again.

“But we know if we hit the sort of standards that we did on Tuesday against Paulton and the standards that we know that we can achieve, then we'll be more than a match for anyone."