Notts County Vs Swindon Town, Tue 23 Nov 2010

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Notts County will hope that Ben Davies is fit for the visit of Swindon.

The highly-rated midfielder, the Magpies leading scorer this season with eight goals, is a doubt with a toe infection and a late decision will be made on his fitness.

Jon Harley returns to the reckoning after the defender served a one-match suspension against Tranmere.

New loan signing Lee Miller might be set for a bigger part against Swindon after making his debut as a second-half substitute during the 1-0 home defeat to Rovers.

Fellow striker Lee Hughes remains a doubt after illness ruled him out on Saturday.

Swindon will again assess the fitness of a handful of players.

Kevin Amankwaah (knee), Vincent Pericard (groin), David Lucas (shoulder), Simon Ferry and Andy Frampton (both ankle) all missed Saturday`s 3-3 draw at Rochdale, with boss Danny Wilson naming an unchanged side from the one which beat Colchester.

But full-back Amankwaah has recently returned to full training and is likely to be in contention for the trip to Meadow Lane, while the club are hopeful on-loan centre-back Frampton may also be in the fold.

The news will come as a boost to Wilson who was disappointed with his side`s defending at Spotland.

Midfielder Ferry failed to recover in time for the weekend and will be monitored again, along with goalkeeper Lucas and striker Pericard who stand an unlikely chance of being ready in time.

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David Lucas
Danny Wilson
Vincent Pericard
Jon Harley
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Simon Ferry
Ben Davies
Lee Hughes
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