BASINGSTOKE Town manager Martin Kuhl will have to reshuffle his back line for the trip to AFC Totton as both Dean Stow and Rueben Collins will be suspended.

Both players were sent-off in last Saturday's 2-1 loss to Cinderford and Stow has been given a three game ban and Collins just one. Another defender Joe Hancott has returned to Portsmouth, so it looks likely Andrew Charsley will start.

Ryan Sucking who missed Tuesday night's 8-0 loss to AFC Bournemouth under-21s in the Hampshire Senior Cup could be back and also goalkeeper Chris Rackley from suspension.

AFC Wimbledon youngster Albert White made his debut in place of Rackley at the Vitality Stadium and Town boss Kuhl has yet to decide who will start at Totton.

On Tuesday night, Town's trip to Bournemouth saw the Cherries use the game to give Simon Francis, who has made 275 appearance for the first team and Lloyd Kelly a big summer signing from Bristol City a run out as they returned from injury.

However, it was Gavin Kilkenny stole the show with a hat-trick including a 45-yard lob.

The other goals for the home side came from Jake Scrimshaw and Jaidon Anthony with two each and other came from Kelly.

Talking about the game Kuhl said: "We are getting better ever game and it showed the players what we are trying to achieve as they moved the ball around so well. We know going to Totton will be a tough game, but we are getting nearer with each game to the victory we want."