Skiverton ponders Glovers changes

Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton has to decide whether to change a winning line-up against Leeds at Elland Road in League One on Saturday.

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Skiverton: Could make slight adjustments

Skiverton: Could make slight adjustments

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The Glovers have won their last two matches, against Bristol Rovers and Carlisle United, and they travel to Elland Road boasting a six-match unbeaten run.

Skiverton has vowed to give his players free reign to go on the attack against Leeds, and that could mean a recall to the starting line-up for on-loan Tottenham striker Jon Obika.

He came on as a substitute against Rovers last weekend and scored within seconds of his introduction in Yeovil's 2-1 win.

It was the Somerset side's first away victory of the season to lift them up into mid-table.

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