Melbourne City will have to reshuffle ahead of their A-League clash with Wellington Phoenix after defender Richard Windbichler became their latest injury casualty.
City are already without Jamie Maclaren (hamstring) and Harrison Delbridge (suspension) for Sunday's game and coach Erick Mombaerts confirmed on Friday Windbichler had injured his hamstring at training on Tuesday.
"Richard Windbichler is also injured for this game so we have at the moment three players injured - Florin Berenguer, Jamie and Richard," Mombaerts said.
Windbichler is expected to be sidelined for around four weeks with his hamstring injury.
His absence, combined with Delbridge's suspension, means Curtis Good will be City's only proven centre-back against the Phoenix.
Mombaerts flagged defensive midfielder Rostyn Griffiths as an option to partner Good, while City could also look to deploy one of their full-backs - Scott Jamieson or Scott Galloway - centrally.
"In the back, we also have some options," Mombaerts said.
"Maybe with dropping back one midfelder - Rostyn for example - or play with one full-back as a centre-back.
"In our style, we create a back three when we are in possession. So they are used to doing this, both Scott Galloway or Jamo (Jamieson). We can do this also with one full-back, but it is also one option."