BARROW AFC boss David Dunn looks set to make changes tonight as the Bluebirds return for their third home game in six days.

Dunn’s side are quickly back in action in their rearranged FA Cup first round tie against AFC Wimbledon.

Barrow are hoping for a more positive evening after going down to their first home league defeat of the season against Oldham on Tuesday.

Dunn said he will shuffle his pack after the 4-3 setback, in a bid to book a second round home tie against Crawley this Sunday.

“It’s a little bit unique, a bit different,” he said of the quick turnaround for another game.

“I don’t think there’s too many clubs play two games in three days nowadays, but we have to dust ourselves down, really freshen things up and hope that’s enough to get us a good result against Wimbledon.

“That game gives lads who didn’t get a chance against Oldham a real opportunity now.

“If I was sat in the stand watching the Oldham game, I’d have been thinking I might get in the manager’s plans for that next game.”

The Bluebirds were left frustrated against Oldham having led the game, before Harry Kewell’s side fought back.

Scott Quigley’s cracked home his first goal of the season from 20 yards in the 16th minute to put AFC ahead.

But Ben Garrity side-footed home an equaliser after a Bobby Grant cross wasn’t dealt with by the Bluebirds’ defence, before Danny Rowe struck in added time at the end of the first half.

Matty Platt headed home a Bluebirds equaliser with 11 minutes left, before Dunn’s former club Oldham went on to seal victory thanks to later strikes from Rowe - from the penalty spot - and Conor McAleny.

Dior Angus’s late finish proved to be the final action of the game.

Dunn said: “It’s always disappointing when you score three goals at home and end up losing the game.

“In the first 15 minutes we were good, we took the lead, but then we just faded off.

“After that we just never seemed to get going again.

“Our rhythm and tempo has generally been good so far this season, but I just didn’t see enough of that.

“Overall it is disappointing, but fair play to Oldham, they’ve come here and done a job on us.

“We just didn’t have the courage to really to the game to them.

“There are other aspects to look at, but the basic principles were lacking a bit too much in this game.

“The energy levels weren’t quite there, but we have to put that result behind us.”