Burton Albion Vs Torquay United, Mon 25 Apr 2011

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Burton will again be without midfielder Adam Bolder for the visit of Torquay.

The former Derby man missed the win at Aldershot on Saturday after aggravating the shoulder injury he suffered last August in training and he could miss the rest of the run-in.

However the Brewers are boosted by the return of on-loan Wolves striker Sam Winnall from his suspension.

Defender Nathan Stanton requires a groin operation and will miss the rest of the season but long-term absentee Paul Boertien (groin) has a chance of being involved.

Defender Ryan Austin has been ruled out for the remaining games with a hand injury as Paul Peschisolido's side look to build on Albion`s third away win of the season on Saturday.

Billy Kee is pushing for a recall to Torquay's starting line-up.

The striker started on the bench in Friday's goalless draw with fellow promotion hopefuls Wycombe, but came on early in the second half and could be handed a start against the Brewers.

Ronan Murray will also be hoping to get the nod to start by boss Paul Buckle as the Gulls go in search of their first win in three matches.

Craig Stanley returned to the starting XI against the Chairboys after serving a two-match ban and the on-loan midfielder is expected to keep his place in the side.

Buckle is unlikely to make changes to his defence after clean sheets in their last four matches.

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Adam Bolder
Ryan Austin
Ronan Murray
Nathan Stanton
Paul Boertien
Paul Peschisolido
Burton Albion
League Two
Craig Stanley
Sam Winnall

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