Quartet missing for Seagulls clash

Yeovil are without at least four of the players who started the goalless draw at Oldham for Saturday's home League One match against Brighton.

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On-loan Tottenham duo, central defender Steven Caulker and Ryan Mason, are on duty with the England Under-19 side and are unavailable to manager Terry Skiverton as a result.

On-loan Swansea City midfielder Shaun MacDonald is also on international duty with the Wales Under-21 squad while striker Craig Davies, who led the Glovers attack at Oldham, is ruled out as he is on loan at Yeovil from Brighton.

Glovers boss Skiverton is hoping that striker Sam Williams (hamstring) will be fit to return to a side that has is unbeaten in three games on the back of three consecutive clean sheets.

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