Yeovil Town Vs Exeter, Sat 25 Sep 2010

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Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton is likely to call upon goalkeeper Stephen Henderson again for the trip.

Henderson signed for the Glovers on an emergency loan from Bristol City and has replaced John Sullivan in goal after he was ruled out with an injury.

Owain Tudur Jones has extended his loan deal from Norwich by another month and will keep his place in the heart of the midfield.

Meanwhile, striker Luke Freeman is pushing for a start although he may have to settle for another substitute appearance.

Skiverton could alter his defence after conceding four second-half goals at Huddersfield last week with Stefan Stam and Luke Ayling possible candidates for a starting role.

Exeter manager Paul Tisdale has plenty of attacking options ahead of the trip.

Tisdale is likely to keep Richard Logan in attack after his goal in midweek with Jamie Cureton partnering him after their impressive performance in the 1-1 draw against Dagenham.

Daniel Nardiello will once again have to be content with a place on the bench.

Veteran striker Marcus Stewart is back in contention but will be named among the substitutes while fellow striker John O'Flynn may be back after sitting out the last game due to a leg injury.

Experienced skipper Matt Taylor will miss the game at Huish Park with the impressive Troy Archibald-Henville continuing in his absence.

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Jamie Cureton
Stephen Henderson
Terry Skiverton
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John O'Flynn
Marcus Stewart
Stefan Stam
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