Yeovil Town Vs Bury, Sat 1 Oct 2011


New loan signing Oli Johnson will be part of Yeovil's matchday squad for their clash with Bury.

Johnson has rejoined the club where he spent part of last season on loan from Norwich, and will be included in manager Terry Skiverton's 16 to face the Gigg Lane outfit.

However, the Glovers are still without long-term injury trio Jon Obika, Andy Williams and Gavin Williams, while Dominic Blizzard is also struggling.

Striker Obika is being assessed by his parent club, Tottenham, while Gavin Williams is recovering from knee ligament damage. Skiverton is hopeful Obika will have his loan deal extended beyond Christmas, with the young forward unlikely to return until the New Year.

Andy Williams is ahead of schedule with his recuperation, but will not be back in action for at least a couple of weeks.

Bury will welcome back captain Steven Schumacher.

The midfielder has recovered from a torn calf muscle and will offer the Shakers a timely boost as they bid to end an eight-game winless streak.

New midfield signing Mark Carrington is awaiting international clearance to determine if he will be eligible to play.

The 24-year-old, formerly of Crewe and MK Dons, penned a short-term non-contract deal with the Shakers after being released by Scottish Premier League club Hamilton.

Defender Mark Hughes will return to full training next week as he steps up his comeback from a hamstring problem.

On-loan winger David Amoo may be awarded a start after impressing in his debut from the bench against MK Dons.

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