Manager Dave Challinor believes minor “tweaks” rather than a radical overhaul are what is needed to reverse the fortunes of his struggling AFC Fylde side.

Seven matches without a win have left the Coasters in the bottom four of the National League but Challinor is hopeful one victory could turn their season around.

After three successive away fixtures, which have yielded just one point, Fylde are at home for the first time this month when they welcome Eastleigh to Mill Farm for tomorrow’s 5.20pm kick-off in front of the BT Sport cameras.

Challinor told The Gazette: “If performances had not been good there would be more concern but there were loads of positives from the three away games, and it shows the fine margins because we could have got all nine points on another day.”

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