Burton manager Paul Peschisolido has no new injury or suspension worries ahead of their home match against Stevenage.

On-loan Wolves wide-man Scott Malone limped off late on in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Gillingham because of a groin problem, but is fit to play.

Left-back Aaron Webster was dropped to the bench against the Gills after suffering a calf injury in the previous match, but after coming on for the last 30 minutes at the weekend could be restored to the starting line-up.

Skipper John McGrath returned to bolster the midfield on Saturday following a stomach bug and should retain his place.

On-loan Crewe striker Calvin Zola is set to miss out again due to a hamstring injury that has kept him out for the last seven games.

Stevenage manager Graham Westley has no fresh injury or suspension problems.

Centre-back John Ashton could be in line for a start after returning from a leg injury as a 58th-minute substitute in Saturday's 2-1 home win over Lincoln.

Winger Peter Winn and striker Ben May will be pushing for recalls after coming on as replacements against the Imps.

Boro were without a second goalkeeper at the weekend after regular stand-in Ashley Bayes picked up a knock last week, but Bayes should have fully recovered to take his place on the bench.

Striker Taiwo Atieno is pushing for a return to the squad after returning to full training.

The win over Lincoln was Stevenage's third in a row, which put them within one point of the play-off places.

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