Arron Davies is in contention to make his second Yeovil debut against struggling Gillingham.

The winger has joined the Glovers for a second time on loan from League One rivals Brighton for the rest of the season.

Yeovil will be without suspended midfielder Jean-Paul Kalala, who serves the second match of a two-game suspension.

A 4-1 victory at Wycombe last weekend was Yeovil's biggest away success of the season and completed a league double over Gary Waddock's side.

As expected Owain Tudur Jones partnered Shaun MacDonald in the middle of midfield against the Chairboys as Skiverton reverted to a 4-4-2 formation, recalling wingers Andy Welsh and Gavin Tomlin.

Full-backs Terrell Forbes and Nathan Smith were recalled to replace Craig Alcock and Nathan Jones and they are expected to get the nod once again.

Gillingham are hoping to have Rene Howe available.

The forward missed Tuesday's disappointing home defeat by Tranmere with a dead leg, but has returned to training and could be fit to start.

Garry Richards has also returned to training after a bout of conjunctivitis and he should return to the centre of defence.

On-loan Tristan Plummer injured his ankle last week and has returned to parent club Bristol City for treatment. His loan spell is due to end next week so there is some doubt whether he will return to Priestfield at all.

Midfielder Adam Miller is pushing for a start as under pressure boss Mark Stimson ponders changes to his starting line-up as he attempts to halt a run of nine games without a win.

Simon King is stepping up his recovery from an ankle injury, but is still nowhere near match fitness.

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