Bowditch sits out cup clash

Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton will be forced to change his winning line-up for the home Carling Cup tie against League One rivals Norwich.

Last Updated: 10/08/09 at 14:49

Bowditch: Shoulder problem

Bowditch: Shoulder problem

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Former Ipswich striker Dean Bowditch is ruled out by a shoulder injury after marking his Glovers debut with the 23rd-minute opener in Saturday's 2-0 home league win over Tranmere.

That means Sam Williams - who replaced Bowditch in the 51st minute at the weekend - is poised to come in and make his full debut for the club.

Williams joined Yeovil in summer from Aston Villa and had a shot cleared off the line during Saturday's win.

He is likely to be paired with Gavin Tomlin, who scored Yeovil's second goal with a 75th-minute penalty against Rovers.

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