Yeovil Town Vs Rochdale, Sat 22 Jan 2011

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Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton will once again be without the suspended Jean-Paul Kalala for the visit of Rochdale.

The midfielder is unavailable for selection after he was sent off for striking an opponent against MK Dons and serves the third game of his four-match suspension.

Defender Craig Alcock has been struggling with a back injury and may miss out while striker Andy Williams was substituted in the second-half of the 1-0 win over Swindon as a precaution to protect him from damaging a hamstring muscle but should be fit enough to continue.

Skiverton could hand midfielder Alex Russell and striker Oli Johnson their home debuts after they joined the club last week as Yeovil look to extend their unbeaten run in the league to six games.

Rochdale boss Keith Hill has been boosted by the arrival of goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams.

The 23-year-old has signed a deal until the end of the season from Stockport and will go straight into the squad for the clash with the Glovers.

In a further boost, defender Scott Wiseman is available again after completing a three-match suspension and is expected to go straight back into the side.

Nicky Adams and Josh Thompson are expected to be available for selection after missing the midweek goalless draw with Bournemouth due to ankle and back injuries respectively.

Scunthorpe stopper Josh Lillis will remain at Spotland until the end of his current loan spell on February 6.

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Terry Skiverton
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Owain fon Williams
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Josh Thompson
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Nicky Adams
Josh Lillis
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