Date: 27th February 2011 at 3:53pm
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Les Parry spoke of his desire to ‘freshen things up` in a press conference after Saturday`s defeat at home to Yeovil.

The loss capped off a bad week for the Whites having been beaten at Peterborough last weekend and also denied of a point by a last minute goal at Brentford. The only alterations to the line-up over the last three games have come in the form of players filling in for injuries and suspensions, but following the three defeats it looks like change could take place on a larger scale.

After the Yeovil game, Parry spoke of his disappointment with the player`s performance in an interview with Tranmere`s official site: ‘It’s always difficult when you feel as if you’re banging your head against a brick wall. But some of them have got to look at their performances and ask themselves questions. We didn’t operate as a unit.

‘We’ve spoken about Tuesday and used the words ‘freshening it up’. We’ve got Andy [Robinson] and Adam McGurk did well when he came on and showed a touch of class. So he’s got a chance of starting as well.’

Joss Labadie could claim back his place in midfield for Tuesday`s game against Exeter after missing the Yeovil defeat through suspension, while McGurk`s impressive performance off the bench has put him as a front-runner to sharpen up the Rovers attack. Defenders Max Blanchard and Tim Cathalina will be in contention for a start, but the condition of Dale Jennings is unknown.

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