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Yeovil Town Vs Milton Keynes Dons, Sat 27 Feb 2010

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Terry Skiverton is hoping to stick with a winning line-up when his Yeovil side welcome play-off chasing MK Dons to Huish Park.

The Glovers bounced back from back-to-back defeats with a 1-0 win at Walsall on Tuesday night and Skiverton will be keen to keep faith with the same players who performed well at the Banks's Stadium.

However, he may be forced into a couple of changes, as JP Kalala, Owain Tudur Jones and Sam Williams are all minor doubts for this weekend`s game.

Kalala and Tudur Jones are carrying slight knocks, while Skiverton revealed Williams was "exhausted" following his exertions in midweek.

Central defender Stefan Stam misses out with a hamstring injury, but Ryan Mason is set to be included in the squad following his recovery from injury.

Sean O'Hanlon is set to be a surprise inclusion in the MK Dons squad.

The defender has been ruled out since injuring his knee against Walsall last April and was not expected to be back in contention for at least another three weeks.

However, manager Paul Ince has confirmed that O'Hanlon will travel and he may be on the bench as the Dons look to bounce back from Tuesday night's 3-1 defeat at home to Millwall.

Stephen Gleeson is available to come into midfield after serving a two-game suspension but Ince still has injury concerns.

Striker Sam Baldock (knee) and defender Mat Doumbe (groin) were expected back in midweek but Ince has confirmed that they are "making no progress" and will continue to be sidelined.

Defender Darren Powell (knee) is also still out.

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Yeovil Town
Ryan Mason
Terry Skiverton
Milton Keynes Dons
Football
Sam Williams
Millwall
League One
Walsall
Stefan Stam
Stephen Gleeson
Sean O'Hanlon
Darren Powell
JP Kalala
Sam Baldock
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