WANDERERS have made two changes to their side to face Barrow in League Two this afternoon at the UniBol.

Antoni Sarcevic comes into the starting line-up for the first time since January 23, when he picked up a groin injury playing against Tranmere Rovers.

Kieran Lee is also named in midfield after sitting out the midweek victory against Scunthorpe United.

Making way are George Thomason and Nathan Delfouneso.

There are also a couple of surprising changes on the bench for Wanderers as Zack Elbouzedi is named in the squad, his last appearance being the 1-1 draw against Morecambe.

There is no spot for Marcus Maddison, though, with the winger not listed as an injury concern when Ian Evatt discussed his squad earlier this week.

“Harry Brockbank is fit, firing and ready to go, has trained really well. He had a dodgy home haircut, though.

“Everyone is fine other than that. It’s amazing isn’t it that the treatment room is empty when the team is playing well and getting results. It’s one of the great mysteries of football.”

Discussing the potential of making changes to the beat which chalked up a fourth straight win on Tuesday night, he added: “I am very much against ‘you should pick the same team if you win a game’ because every game is different. You have to treat each one as a different event and pick a team accordingly.

“At the top end of the pitch if you ask the same players to back up Saturday-Tuesday for weeks on end then they will be playing 50-60 per cent fit. We can’t have that. We need people playing at full potential in every game.

“I have got a squad right now that lets me keep things fresh and having players with energy levels and intensity. And it helps knowing that when these players get an opportunity, if they don’t take it and play well it could be a while before they get another one.

“I am so happy with the whole club at the moment, the way it has transformed in recent weeks is amazing and it’s only when you are here day-to-day can you really appreciate it.

“Winning games obviously helps, no doubt about it, but culturally it’s a really good place to be at the moment.”