THREE into two doesn't go and Magpies' forward Matt Groves was the unfortunate striker to make way for new signing Steve Flack, who made his debut in Saturday's goal-less draw with Braintree Town.

However, Groves will return to partner the former Exeter City striker in tomorrow night's Nationwide Conference South fixture with Lewes as David Town is unavailable due to work commitments, but can Dorchester manager Mick Jenkins find a way to accommodate his three front line forwards?

An option Jenkins may choose to explore is playing Town behind a front two of Flack and Groves, who has scored 132 goals in 361 first team appearances since making his debut in 1998.

It is a role the 30-year-old would relish, but Jenkins fears the team would lose some steel from the midfield.

"I like to think I can do more than just score goals. I can create for others and it is a part of the game that I quite enjoy," said Town, who joined the county town club from Eastleigh at the start of this season.

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