Aldershot Town Vs Stevenage, Sat 28 Aug 2010

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Aldershot manager Kevin Dillon will have midfielder John Halls available for the visit of Football League newcomers Stevenage.

Halls has not featured since last season`s play-off defeat to Rotherham due to a problematic groin injury but he played 90 minutes for the reserves in a friendly at Bristol City in the week.

He could be on the bench against Stevenage as Dillon is set to keep faith with the same starting XI who have begun the season in fine form.

Anthony Charles hit the equaliser in last weekend`s 1-1 draw at Shrewsbury and he will again partner new signing Darren Jones in defence while former Burnley and Reading winger Glen Little will continue in his role behind the striker.

The only absentee for Dillon is youngster Jack Randall, who is still waiting to make his debut after breaking an ankle in pre-season.

Stevenage manager Graham Westley has an almost fully fit squad to choose from.

With no new injuries or suspensions it is almost certain Westley will name the same side that beat Stockport 3-1 so impressively last weekend.

That means summer signing Darius Charles will keep his place in the side.

The defender has suffered no reaction this week having recovered from ankle ligament damage to make his Stevenage debut against the Hatters.

Striker Charlie Brooker is expected to start in attack and will be looking to fire the club to the second successive win following his double last weekend.

Midfielder Darren Murphy could miss out again as he continues his recovery from a dislocated shoulder.

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