Yeovil are boosted by the return from suspension of two key players ahead of their League One home game against in-form Exeter.
Experienced central defender Terrell Forbes and target man Sam Williams both come back into contention after sitting out the Glovers' 2-0 defeat at Leyton Orient through suspension on Tuesday night.
The defeat at Orient was Yeovil's first game of 2010 following three successive postponements.
As anticipated, on-loan Swansea playmaker Shaun MacDonald returned in midfield while fit-again Dean Bowditch replaced Williams in attack.
With reserve keeper Richard Martin on loan at Grays, goalkeeping coach Ben Roberts is again set to provide cover for first choice Alex McCarthy.
Yeovil's last home league game was the 4-0 win over Wycombe on December 26.
Exeter are boosted by the return from suspension of two players.
Striker Barry Corr and on-loan Tottenham defender Troy Archibald-Henville both return from suspension to bolster Paul Tisdale's in-form City squad.
Whether either of the two players return to the starting line-up remains to be seen as it is unlikely Tisdale will want to change his winning line-up following the 2-0 home win over leaders Leeds last Saturday.
Forward Ben Watson (calf) is set to still be ruled out with former Yeovil strikers Adam Stansfield and Marcus Stewart set to lead the Exeter attack, as they did against Leeds.
Exeter drew 1-1 with Yeovil in their early season league meeting in August.
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