Kieran Djilali could make his AFC Wimbledon debut against Port Vale.

The winger joined the Dons last week after leaving Crystal Palace over the summer but was not signed in time to face Macclesfield at the weekend.

Dons boss Terry Brown has also signed former Fulham youngster Max Noble, but sent the wideman straight out on loan to non-League Hayes for a month to get him up to speed.

Summer signing Mat Mitchel-King is over the glandular fever which has sidelined him since pre-season but suffered a shin injury playing for the reserves and is unlikely to figure.

Fellow defender Fraser Franks is still out, although he is back in light training after a knee injury.

New signing Andrew Little could be in line for his Port Vale debut.

The versatile 22-year-old has joined the club on loan from Scottish champions Rangers until January 1, 2012.

Manager Micky Adams swooped for the Northern Ireland international after winger Lewis Haldane suffered a broken leg during the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy defeat at Tranmere on Tuesday night.

Haldane broke his leg in two places after landing awkwardly following a challenge.

He adds to a growing list of injury problems for Adams. Skipper Marc Richards (ankle), fellow striker Sean Rigg (hamstring) and midfielder Doug Loft (knee) all missed the trip to Prenton Park.

Goalkeeper Stuart Tomlinson is likely to come back into the team at Kingsmeadow in place of Chris Martin.

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