Portsmouth face Oxford United at Fratton Park this weekend in what is set to be another very stern test for Kenny Jackett and his managerial credentials.
The former Wolves and Millwall boss has been coming under increasing pressure with his side sat in 16th place with 13 games played, with anti-Jackett chants even starting to be sung at games.
But he will need to stay focused on the task at hand.
With that in mind, here are TWO changes he should be weighing up ahead of the weekend…
Should Andy Cannon start for Portsmouth on Saturday?
The attacking midfield talent has impressed in flashes throughout this season without really being given much of a run in the first team, starting just four league matches so far.
However, there is clearly a spark missing in Pompey’s attack so far this season and I would back Cannon to be able to provide it against an Oxford United side they should be looking to beat at home.
The likes of Evans and Close have all had plenty of chances to impress and a change is now needed.
Prior to his injury earlier in the campaign, summer signing Marcus Harness looked like being one of the club’s brightest sparks this season and it is time he was restored to the starting line-up.
We all know the talent that Ronan Curtis possesses but frankly he has not done enough this season, nor has Ryan Williams, so it could be that both players are cut for the coming weekend.