Yeovil Town Vs Brentford, Sun 26 Dec 2010

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Defenders Paul Huntington (rib) and Adam Virgo (knee) have recovered from the injuries they picked up in the Glovers last npower League Two outing against Colchester.

Fellow defender Stefan Stam is also in contention after recovering from a hamstring injury that has sidelined him for two weeks.

Nathan Smith will return to the squad after the midfielder missed the FA Cup defeat to Hartlepool following a one-match ban for picking up five yellow cards.

Terry Skiverton's men will be looking to overturn a run of form which has seen them slip to the bottom of the league as they have picked up just two points in their last eight matches.

Brentford will be without Marcus Bean through suspension.

The midfielder serves a one-match ban for collecting his fifth booking of the season a fortnight ago.

Sam Saunders was a major doubt for last week's visit of Huddersfield but after the match was postponed he has had an extra week to shake off hamstring trouble.

Fellow winger Myles Weston is set to miss out again with his hamstring problem and striker Carl Cort remains a long-term absentee with an Achilles injury.

QPR loanee Rowan Vine will push to make his debut after overcoming a calf problem picked up in training and fellow forward Robbie Simpson returns to the squad - he would have been ineligible to face parent club Huddersfield.

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Carl Cort
Terry Skiverton
Myles Weston
Marcus Bean
League One
Stefan Stam
Robbie Simpson
Sam Saunders
Nathan Smith
Paul Huntington
FA Cup
Rowan Vine
Adam Virgo

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