Yeovil Town Vs Norwich City, Sat 12 Dec 2009

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Yeovil boss Terry Skiverton is set to select from a near full-strength squad when his side welcome Norwich to Huish Park.

Aidan Downes is the only absentee for the Glovers. The Irish forward has returned to non-contact training following a shoulder injury but is not yet ready to return.

Dean Bowditch is likely to keep his place in attack after opening the scoring inside 33 seconds in last weekend`s 2-2 draw at MK Dons.

Bowditch was one of five players recalled to the starting XI against Paul Ince`s men, but Skiverton is unlikely to make wholesale changes this time around after his side produced a much-improved performance.

Norwich boss Paul Lambert will be without striker Luke Daley.

The youngster came off the bench in the 78th minute of the 2-0 win over Oldham after his recovery from a thigh injury but has now suffered a recurrence of the problem in training so will miss out.

Midfielder Darel Russell came back into the squad last weekend and is set to retain his place in the side following a dead leg.

Defender Adam Drury also returned following an ankle knock to reclaim his place in his left-back role.

Midfielder Matt Gill remains a major doubt despite returning to training following a calf injury.

Owain Tudur Jones (groin), George Francomb (thigh) and Declan Rudd (knee) are still sidelined.

Yeovil lost 4-0 to Norwich when the two sides met in the Carling Cup in early August.

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Yeovil Town
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