Notts County have no new problems ahead of the visit of Exeter.

The Magpies game at Tranmere last weekend was abandoned after 54 minutes due to a waterlogged pitch, with Paul Ince`s side leading 1-0 courtesy of a superb strike from Alan Gow.

Gow was the only change to the team at Prenton Park, replacing on-loan Derby midfielder David Martin, and Ince could name the same XI that started against Rovers.

However, the likes of John Thompson, Graeme Lee, Lewis Gobern, John Spicer and Kevin Smith are available if Ince chooses to switch things around.

No midweek match has seen some of County's injury problems clear up a little but defender Liam Chilvers (knee) and midfielder Alan Judge remain on the sidelines.

Exeter boss Paul Tisdale could be without Jake Thompson and Steve Tully for the trip to Notts County.

Midfielder Thompson limped out of Tuesday night`s 2-1 Johnstone`s Paint Trophy Southern Area Final defeat against Brentford after being on the end of a heavy tackle and is a doubt.

Defender Tully has been struggling with a niggling knee injury and, despite returning to light training, is also struggling.

Experienced striker Jamie Cureton should continue up front following his midweek comeback from a hamstring injury and is likely to be supported by Daniel Nardiello after his fourth goal in five games against the Bees.

John O`Flynn and Richard Logan will fight it out for the other supporting role in attack if Tisdale uses the 4-3-3 formation.

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