Lincoln City Vs Burton Albion, Tue 28 Sep 2010

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Chris Sutton could make changes when Lincoln host Burton.

The Imps boss was restricted by injury problems against Stevenage on Saturday, and as a result saw his side lose 1-0.

Defenders Paul Green and Ian Pearce (ankle) were absent through injury but could come back into the reckoning.

Forwards Delroy Facey (bronchitis) and Drewe Broughton (ankle) were only fit enough for the bench against Borough but made substitute appearances and have a chance of being recalled to the starting line up.

Gavin McCallum could also be in contention for a recall. However, fellow midfielder Scott Kerr remains out as he serves the second game of a three-match ban following his red card in the defeat at Accrington.

Burton boss Paul Peschisolido will choose from an unchanged squad.

The Canadian recalled Darren Moore on Saturday following the giant defender`s recovery from bruised ribs as Tony James reverted back to the bench, but Albion lost 1-0 at Gillingham.

Peschisolido could make the odd change again, with James, fellow defender Paul Boertien, midfielder Lewis Young and forwards Greg Pearson and James Ellison all vying for recalls.

Meanwhile, winger Keith Gilroy is closing in on a first-team return. The Irishman has been sidelined since January after suffering a recurrence of a long-standing hamstring problem.

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Ian Pearce
Paul Green
Delroy Facey
Tony James
Darren Moore
Paul Boertien
Paul Green
Gavin McCallum
Paul Peschisolido
Keith Gilroy
Lewis Young
Scott Kerr
Burton Albion
League Two
Greg Pearson
Drewe Broughton

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