Stevenage boss Graham Westley has no new injury or suspension problems to contend with when his side host Aldershot.

However, he might be tempted to make changes to his starting line-up.

Westley was less than pleased with the performance during last weekend's entertaining 2-2 draw with bottom-of-the-table Stockport and could shuffle his pack as he looks to extend his side's seven-game unbeaten run and keep up their npower League Two play-off push.

Forward Rob Sinclair is pushing for a starting berth after replacing Michael Bostwick at half-time against the Hatters while six-goal striker Byron Harrison could also be set for a recall after impressing during a 17-minute cameo.

Midfielders Stacy Long and Michael Bridges are available should Westley decide to make further alterations while winger Peter Winn is another option.

Aldershot are set to be without Peter Vincenti.

Vincenti has been a hit since leaving Broadhall Way to join the Shots in January - scoring four times - but it is understood he will not feature due to a 'gentlemen's agreement' made between the clubs.

Manager Dean Holdsworth could hand his place to youngster Adam Mekki who has recovered from a muscle strain while winger Alex Rodman or midfielder Ben Harding are other options.

Striker Damian Spencer is back in action after five months out having fully recovered from a knee injury and he could keep his place.

Forward Jack Randall broke his leg while on loan at Didcot Town recently and is a long-term absentee.

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