Sutton Coldfield Town will include new recruit Darren Grocutt in their ranks for a match which manager Chris Keogh describes as a "must-win" tomorrow.
Experienced utility man Grocutt, who has joined from Bedworth United, will be involved in the Royals' squad to tackle Swindon Supermarine at Coles Lane.
Sutton slipped from third to fifth in the Southern League Division One West table after last week's defeat at fellow contenders Marlow  losing 3-2 after again leading 2-0, for the second time this season  and now Swindon, who occupy eighth spot, could leap-frog them if they claim three points tomorrow.
Keogh said: "We got away with it last week because most of the other results went for us but we won't be so lucky if we slip up again."
Tony Dobson admits Solihull Borough will have to tread very carefully in reintroducing top scorer Justin Marsden after his four-month lay-off.
Though Marsden has featured as a substitute in the last two games, the former Rugby front-runner is still not 100 per cent after his broken foot.
"We've got to nurture him back slowly," said Boro manager Dobson. "It would be lovely to have Justin fit and firing on all cylinders but we've got to be patient."
Marsden will again be on the bench tomorrow when Boro face Hemel Hempstead at Damson Park in a match where victory is imperative to keep alive their play-off hopes.
Boro hope to have left-back Gary Moran back after a hand operation following a works accident, while Jamie Williams, who has missed two games, is a doubt with a calf strain. Midfielder Jamie Petty (ankle) and defender Neil O'Sullivan (suspension) are ruled out.
Rod Brown will hand the managerial reins to John Snape tomorrow but the message from Bromsgrove Rovers dug-out will be exactly the same.
Brown misses tomorrow's clash at Rushall Olympic because of business commitments in Dubai and player-coach Snape will take charge at Dales Lane.
But after last week's below-par defeat to Taunton Town, Rovers' management team will be demanding a big improvement.
"We've shown we have got the ability but we don't seem to have the mental strength to perform week in, week out," said Brown.
* Rob Smith wants AFC Tel-ford United to prove their relegation worries are in the past by targeting a top-half finish to the season.
The Bucks manager has steered his revamped side to a six-match unbeaten run since he was appointed and he reckons they still need a couple of wins to guarantee their UniBond League Premier Division status.
"I think we need five more points but we have got a lot of the teams below us to play," said Smith.
"But I've set the players a target to finish in the top 11. To climb from 18th place into the top half would be a real credit to everybody."
Telford, who lie 13th, play host to Whitby Town tomorrow but will be without inform striker Kyle Perry. He pays the price for his red card against Lincoln United with a one-match ban.
Greg Challender, last week's goalscorer against Matlock Town, has an ankle injury, while Sean Parrish, ruled out last week with a rib injury, also requires a fitness test.