Aaron Webster comes back into the Burton squad for the visit of Cheltenham.

The defender was set to return from a one-match suspension against Aldershot last weekend only for a back problem to rule him out of the trip to Hampshire.

Webster's inclusion aside, boss Paul Peschisolido will choose from an unchanged squad after on-loan winger Cleveland Taylor (foot) and midfielder John McGrath (thigh) came through the victory at Aldershot unscathed.

Striker Greg Pearson and midfielders Keith Gilroy and Jimmy Phillips and will be hoping for recalls.

Defenders Richard Jackson and Darren Stride remain out with calf injuries. Jackson is still a few weeks away from being in first-team contention while Stride's season is over after he required surgery.

Midfielder David Bird will again miss out for Cheltenham.

Bird suffered ankle ligament damage in the 1-0 home defeat to Hereford last week and is expected to be missing for at least the next fortnight.

Boss Mark Yates has no other fresh injury or suspension concerns as he seeks to arrest his side's run of three straight defeats and could welcome back captain Shane Duff after his recent spell on the sidelines.

Duff has made the bench recently but is still short of match fitness following an Achilles problem.

Cheltenham have scored only seven goals since the turn of the year and are four points away from the relegation zone in League Two.

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