Ipswich Witches team boss Pete Simmons has voiced his frustration over the form of his misfiring side.
The Foxhall outfit succumbed to their first home defeat of the season when they lost to Glasgow on Thursday, leaving them fifth in the Premier League.
"A couple have got to pull their socks up pretty quickly," Simmons told BBC Radio Suffolk.
"If not there could be changes on the cards even now."
The Witches head to Leicester on Saturday looking for only their second away win of the campaign.
"I think we fear them all away from home at the moment, we're just not getting it together as a team," Simmons added.
"We're having our moments of glory but it's just not consistent
"We were a team at the beginning of the season who were billed as possible league champions and no-one was going to get near us.
"Obviously things have changed drastically."