Steve Burr plans to switch things around again when Chester FC welcome in-form Woking, who have won five from six, on Saturday (3pm).
He has rotated his squad over the past couple of weeks and will continue to do so over the final six games of the season, hinting at a possible formation change.
Burr, who this week signed a contract extension to the end of the 2016-17 season , has no concerns over injuries but Oliver McBurnie, on duty with Scotland under-19s, and Kane Richards, loaned back to his former club Ilkeston, won't be involved.
Tom Peers, back with the club following a successful loan spell at Marine, and Craig Hobson are in contention to replace McBurnie while Sean McConville could return to the starting line-up.
Woking head to Chester full of confidence following a fine comeback win midweek, recovering from 2-0 down at half-time to beat Torquay United 3-2 with goals from Yemi Odubade, Josh Payne and Scott Rendell.
As a result, the Cards leapfrogged Eastleigh to move into sixth and closed to within a point of fifth-placed Forest Green Rovers.
Burr said: "Garry Hill's done a good job there and Woking are a side that are pushing to get into the play-offs so we know how difficult it will be
"We'll maybe look at one or two things on Saturday and it does give us that option to look at things system wise and player wise so we're in a fortunate position that we can do that.
"We still want to win the game but we want to look at one or two things and the games from now until the end of the season give us an opportunity to do that.
"We thought about perhaps bringing somebody in on loan but I think with the squad we've got that would have been unfair to the lads who are here. We're going to run with the squad that we've got from now until the end of the season.
"It maybe that Tom gets an opportunity, Sean McConville's back fit now, Hobby's not played much lately, Matty Brown's not played much lately so they are options for us.
"We want to win every game but there's no pressure on the players. The only pressure on the players is they go and perform, win matches and earn themselves a contract for next season.
"I felt last week we went to Alfreton and although they'd been on a good run we approached the first-half with a bit of a 'we're here and we're going to beat these without putting the hard work in'.
"It doesn't matter who you play, you've got to earn the right and this league has shown that this season in particular because anybody on their day will beat anybody
"It's important that we're at it right from the off and I didn't think that was the case last weekend. We finished the game well and in the second-half we did a lot better and that was more like us but the first-half wasn't what we expect."
Woking began the season with a nine-match unbeaten run, which included a narrow 1-0 win over the Blues in September with a goal from Giuseppe Sole, and spent most of the first half of the campaign inside the top five.
However, the Cards collapsed at the back end of the year and a run of eight games without a win led to them dropping to eighth.
Five wins from the past six matches represents an emphatic return to form at the perfect time.
Hill, whose side have the third best away record in the Vanarama Conference, respects Burr and expects his team’s play-off credentials to be tested.
"It will be tough, all of Steve Burr’s sides are tough and whoever you play in this league is tough," said Hill.
"It will be nice to go away because we’ve done well away but Chester have done well this season and Steve’s a good manager."