Chippenham Town boss Mark Collier will use his side’s remaining three games to experiment with tactics after losing 3-1 to Hemel Hempstead on Saturday.

Collier’s men suffered only their second loss in eight games on Saturday as David Moyo’s brace and Karl Oliyide’s first-half strike handed the home side a three-goal lead. Dean Evans pulled a goal back for Chippenham moments before the final whistle as Town edged closer to mathematically securing their National League South status for next season.

The game presented Collier with a chance to experiment with his starting 11 as he switched tactics at half-time in the hope of learning more about his team with next season in mind.

He said: “We have experimented a little. We changed at half-time and played people in different positions, I think we’ll continue to do that.

“There are deals and contracts to be sorted for next season, that’s what some are playing for. We’re overjoyed to have almost secured our spot for next season.”

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