Yeovil Town boss Terry Skiverton is hoping to stick with his winning line-up for the league visit of Millwall.

Skiverton is waiting on striker Dean Bowditch and winger Gavin Tomlin, who both suffered knocks in Saturday's 3-1 win at Stockport County but both are expected to pass fit.

Town have been boosted by the news that Bristol City midfielder Gavin Williams is set to stay on loan at Huish Park until the end of the season.

Williams scored twice in a man of the match performance at Edgeley Park.

Striker Sam Williams (knee) and central defender Stefan Stam (hamstring) are still set to be sidelined as they recover from injury.

Alan Dunne faces a late fitness test for Millwall.

The defender was ruled out of Saturday's 4-0 win over Gillingham after picking up a slight groin injury in training on Friday.

Jack Smith deputised against the Gills, making his first start since January, and will be on standby again.

The Lions have an otherwise fully-fit squad after striker Gary Alexander made a welcome return at the weekend.

Last season's top scorer has been sidelined since October with a heel injury which eventually required surgery, but he was named on the bench and should be involved again.

Winger Danny Schofield returns to Huish Park for the first time since leaving the Glovers in September.

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