ACCRINGTON boss John Coleman is hoping to name a new look line up for Tuesday's game against Mansfield - as Saturday's defeat to Notts County showed him some of his current side isn't good enough.
The Reds slipped to their ninth defeat in 13 League Two outings and only other results prevented Stanley dropping into the dreaded bottom two.
"Perhaps I have put too much trust in some of my players but the next 48 hours could determine out season," said Coleman. "I will be on the phone to bring in two or three defenders because I have had enough. We can't keep gifting teams goals."
Stanley have not won at home since September 30 and County striker Lawrie Dudfield opened the scoring on 10 minutes after Robbie Williams failed to clear a Jason Lee flick on.
David Brown equalised for the Reds three minutes later, forcing the ball home after a Rommy Boco shot bounced around the area. It was the striker's third goal in three games.
However his joy was short lived when a goalkeeper fumble allowed Lee in on 20 minutes and Rob Elliot's mistake gifted County the winner.
Both sides had chances but the game exploded on 72 minutes when Stanley debutant Alan Rogers was sent off for a horrific two footed challenge on David Pipe with the County left back also dismissed for reacting. Magpies manager Steve Thompson was also sent to the stands but he saw his time hold on for three points.
"Alan fully deserved the red card," admitted Coleman who will be without the left back for three games.