Stockport County Vs Yeovil Town, Sat 10 Apr 2010

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Paul Huntington could make a return to the Stockport side for their home match with Yeovil.

The former Leeds defender is still suffering from a calf injury picked up early in Monday's game with Norwich which forced him off at half-time.

However, the 22-year-old has responded well to treatment and has a chance of being fit.

Danny Pilkington remains a long-term absentee as he continues to recover from a broken leg but he could soon return to full-time training.

Otherwise manager Gary Ablett has a full squad to pick from as County attempt to postpone their seemingly inevitable relegation for at least another week.

Yeovil are hoping target man Sam Williams could be passed fit ahead for the match.

Williams has been ruled out since March with a knee injury, but could be set for a return at Edgeley Park after missing two matches.

In his absence, the front two spots have gone to Gavin Tomlin and Dean Bowditch, who scored in Monday's 2-1 home reverse by promotion chasing Leeds.

Yeovil have been boosted by the return of fit-again Jean-Paul Kalala and on-loan Bristol City midfielder Gavin Williams.

Both started Monday's match in central midfield, after Kalala recovered from a hip injury and Gavin Williams returned to action following suspension.

Both men should be ok to continue as the Glovers aim to put more distance between them and the bottom four.

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Norwich City
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