Torquay boss Paul Buckle looks set to welcome back Danny Stevens and Billy Kee for the clash with Cheltenham at Plainmoor.

Winger Stevens missed Saturday's thrilling 3-3 draw at Macclesfield through illness, but has made a full recovery.

Forward Kee has been out for the last three matches with an ankle knock, but should return to take a place on the bench.

He is unlikely to get into the starting line-up as the Gulls' front three of Chris Zebroski, Gavin Tomlin and Jake Robinson have performed excellently in recent weeks with on-loan Shrewsbury man Robinson leading the way with four goals in his last three matches.

Lathaniel Rowe-Turner and on-loan Ipswich striker Ronan Murray will be pushing for starting places after impressing as substitutes against the Silkmen.

Seventh-placed United have reignited their promotion push in recent weeks and are unbeaten in three matches.

Cheltenham manager Mark Yates will be without defender Martin Riley again.

The 22-year-old centre-back has been hampered by a hamstring injury for the majority of the season and is not ready to return to action following almost a month on the sidelines.

Yates has no other injury or suspension problems and it remains to be seen whether he makes any changes following the 3-2 win at Southend on Friday night.

Wingers Brian Smikle and Jake Thomson are both pushing for recalls, along with Marlon Pack and Jeff Goulding.

On-loan Colchester winger Medy Elito will not be involved having returned to his parent club following an unsuccessful spell in which he made just two appearances.

Right-back Kyle Haynes is still on loan at non-league side Hednesford.

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