Yeovil could be boosted by the return of Shaun MacDonald and Sam Williams for the visit of Swindon.

On-loan midfielder MacDonald missed last week's defeat at leaders Brighton after suffering with an illness while striker Williams has returned to training after a recent knock.

However, boss Terry Skiverton has a doubt over Adam Virgo, who has a groin problem and will face a test on Friday, while Luke Freeman has a thigh strain and is also doubtful.

Striker Craig Alcock is a "99% no" for the clash with a back injury.

Skiverton told the Somerset Guardian: "We have got little bits of bad news but we have got a couple who will be able to train."

Loan signing Andy Frampton comes into contention for Swindon as Jonathan Douglas and Vincent Pericard face a race against time to prove their fitness.

Defender Frampton arrived from Millwall on Thursday morning and goes straight into Danny Wilson's squad for the clash at Huish Park.

Skipper Douglas (toe) and striker Pericard (groin) missed last weekend's 2-2 draw at home to Leyton Orient and while the former is still struggling he is yet to be completely ruled out.

Pericard, meanwhile, has a slightly better chance of being involved having resumed light training this week but the encounter could still come too soon for him.

Full-back Alan Sheehan saw red against Orient and starts a three-match suspension while winger Alan O'Brien suffered an ankle injury while playing for the reserves in midweek and will also miss out.

Striker Charlie Austin is ready to go again having experienced no adverse reaction last Saturday upon his first start after recovering from a dislocated shoulder.

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