Yeovil will be without striker Jonathan Obika when they host MK Dons.

The 20-year-old striker limped out of the Glovers' first win of the season against Oldham following a rash challenge from Latics defender Zander Diamond in the second-half.

Obika was replaced by Kieran Agard and the former Everton forward could be in line for his first start of the season when the Dons come to Huish Park.

Manager Terry Skiverton saw his side score twice more against Oldham after Obika left the field in a 3-1 triumph.

Curtis Haynes-Brown was the only absentee from the victory with illness but he has since recovered.

Skiverton has no fresh injury concerns and will be hoping his side can become the first to beat the Dons this season.MK Dons have one new injury concern ahead of the game, but boss Karl Robinson refused to name the player in question ahead of the trip to Huish Park.

The mystery man will be assessed before the Dons make a second journey to the south west in the space of four days after recording a first league win of the season at Exeter on Saturday.

Dean Bowditch scored his first Dons goal in the 2-0 victory over the Grecians and is set to make his first return to his former club Yeovil on Tuesday evening.

Mathias Kouo-Doumbe remains unavailable after the defender suffered ankle ligament damage during pre-season.

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