Aldershot Town Vs Cheltenham Town, Sat 2 Oct 2010

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Aldershot midfielder Manny Panther could make a return as the Shots host Cheltenham.

Former York midfielder Panther missed the 1-0 win at Torquay in midweek with a toe injury which he picked up in the draw with Stockport last weekend.

However he is back in contention as Kevin Dillon's men look to build on the excellent win at Plainmoor.

Striker Marvin Morgan hit the only goal on Tuesday night and will lead the line again, while Bristol City loanee Marlon Jackson has recovered from a sore back.

Youngster Jack Randall is available again after a stint on the sidelines with an ankle fracture while Luke Guttridge is fit after a knock.

Cheltenham hope Josh Low will be in contention to feature as they travel looking to turn around their travel sickness.

The midfielder has missed the last two weeks with a calf strain and was deemed not quite ready to take part in Tuesday`s 1-1 draw at home to local rivals Oxford.

But first-team coach Neil Howarth said: "Two weeks is the norm for an injury like this. Tuesday was a little early for him but hopefully he`ll be ready for Saturday."

Town`s only other absentees remain midfielder Frankie Artus (cracked fibula) and defender Martin Riley (hamstring) who are expected to return to full training in early-mid October.

Howarth and manager Mark Yates are set to employ a new system at Aldershot designed to get the most out of away games, with the club having failed to taste success on their travels since the start of April.

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