Chester FC manager Marcus Bignot is hopeful that he can add two more players to his squad before Tuesday night’s crunch home encounter with Barrow.

The Blues’ National League woes deepened with a 2-1 home defeat to Boreham Wood at the Swansway Chester Stadium on Saturday where a dreadful 25-minute spell in the first half cost them dear as the visitors took a 2-0 lead into the break.

Chester rallied somewhat after the break and Nyal Bell reduced the arrears with 13 minutes remaining, but it was too little, too late for Bignot’s men and he has moved to bring in more new faces after handing home debuts to loanees Offrande Zanzala and Reece Hall-Johnson.

“We will try our hardest to bring one or two players in for Tuesday of a mentality that will help this group,” said Bignot.

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