Aldershot could have midfielder Luke Guttridge back for the visit of Macclesfield.

The former Northampton man has missed the last two games with a groin strain but could return to manager Dean Holdsworth`s matchday squad.

Winger Alex Rodman could start after he came off the bench to score an excellent equaliser at Morecambe in midweek. The former Tamworth player was struggling with illness and vomited during the game but is back to full fitness now.

Goalkeeper Jamie Young was also hit with illness but is now fine while striker Wade Small is fit after a recent bout of food poisoning.

Defender Ben Herd is also back after a groin strain but midfielder John Halls is still a couple of weeks away from a return as he continues to struggle with a long-standing groin injury that has restricted him to only eight appearances this season.

Macclesfield boss Gary Simpson has a number of injury concerns.

Defender Paul Morgan was carried off on a stretcher after just 10 minutes of last week's 4-2 home defeat at the hands of his former club Bury with severe swelling to his foot.

He missed Tuesday's 2-2 draw at Hereford and is rated as doubtful to face the Shots.

Defenders Carl Tremarco and Shaun Brisley are recovering from hip injuries and although Tremarco is around three weeks away from a return, Brisley is back in full training.

Vinny Mukendi is set to miss out with a medial ligament strain sustained against Bury.

Physio Nick Reid said: "He should be back available for training in about 10 days."

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