Yeovil Town Vs Plymouth Argyle, Tue 1 Feb 2011

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Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton welcomes Luke Ayling back from suspension for the visit of Plymouth.

Ayling has now served his one-match ban after being sent off against Sheffield Wednesday and returns to the Glovers squad.

Skiverton will have to decide whether to recall Ayling or keep Jean-Paul Kalala in defence after he returned to the side in Saturday's win at Brentford.

The versatile Adam Virgo serves the second match of his three-game suspension, while on-loan Norwich striker Oli Johnson should keep his place in the side after scoring the first goal against Brentford.

Defender Craig Alcock has been struggling with a back injury and missed the game against the Bees but after returning to training, he could feature against the Pilgrims.

Plymouth manager Peter Reid is set to be without Joe Mason once again.

The striker, who rejected a move to Swindon, has missed the last two games with an ankle injury he picked up in the win at MK Dons and is struggling to be fit, with Saturday's game against Brentford likely to be a more realistic target for the youngster.

Defender Onismor Bhasera, whose talks with Blackpool over a possible loan move broke down, is unlikely to play against the Glovers as he is struggling with a knee injury.

Striker Rory Patterson was withdrawn four minutes from the end of the defeat to Bournemouth with a knock but should be fit to feature at Huish Park.

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