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Swindon Town Vs Yeovil Town, Sat 15 Jan 2011

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Defensive duo Andy Frampton and Alan Sheehan are both rated as 50/50 as Swindon welcome Yeovil to the County Ground.

On-loan centre-back Frampton was withdrawn just after the hour mark in last Saturday`s 2-0 defeat at Oldham nursing a groin injury, while full-back Sheehan has been sidelined of late with a thigh complaint.

Both will be assessed as late as possible as Town look to get back to winning ways.

Captain Jonathan Douglas returned from a three-match ban as a second-half substitute at Boundary Park and he is pushing for a starting spot.

Fringe forward David Ball has returned to parent club Manchester City following the completion of his loan spell and so will not be available.

Goalkeeper David Lucas (knee) remains in the treatment room.

Yeovil boss Terry Skiverton should include Billy Gibson as his side look to extend their unbeaten run to five games.

Skiverton has secured Gibson`s services until the end of the season and is expected to include him in the starting XI against the Robins.

Midfielder Jean-Paul Kalala serves the second game of a four-match ban having been sent off for striking MK Dons winger Michael McIndoe.

Defender Luke Ayling should continue after recovering from a broken nose, but right-back Craig Alcock is doubtful as he continues to struggle with a back injury.

On-loan goalkeeper Stephen Henderson should continue between the sticks after keeping a clean sheet on his debut.

Midfielder Alex Russell is also in contention for a starting place following his switch from Bath City.

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