Aldershot Town Vs Wycombe Wanderers, Sat 18 Sep 2010

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Marlon Jackson goes straight into the Aldershot squad as former manager Gary Waddock returns with his Wycombe side.

Jackson has returned on loan from Bristol City to bolster a strikeforce which has mustered just four league goals so far this season and he could be handed a starting role.

Glen Little came through the 1-0 defeat at Port Vale last weekend after illness while midfielder John Halls will again be an option on the bench after his recovery from a groin injury.

Youngster Jack Randall is still out with a fractured ankle as the Shots fans prepare to welcome back a host of former favourites.

Alongside Waddock and assistant Martin Kuhl are former Shots goalkeeper Nikki Bull, Dave Winfield, Andy Sandell, Scott Davies and Scott Rendell.

Waddock will have defender Alan Bennett back in his squad for the return to his former club.

Centre-half Bennett played 90 minutes for the reserves on Tuesday after three weeks out with a hamstring injury and is available and could partner former Shot Dave Winfield at the back.

Former Leeds midfielder Ian Westlake has missed two games after rolling his ankle in training and he is a doubt but striker Stuart Beavon is in contention for a starting spot after recovering from a broken leg.

Fellow forward Jon-Paul Pittman is out with a hamstring problem which he sustained in the warm-up last weekend.

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