Double boost ahead of Leeds clash

Billy Paynter and Scott Cuthbert should both be fully fit for Swindon's trip to Elland Road to play Leeds in League One on Saturday afternoon.

Last Updated: 02/04/10 at 11:35

Paynter: Back in the frame

Paynter: Back in the frame

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Nineteen-goal striker Paynter returned from a hamstring injury to play the final half-hour of last weekend's 1-0 win at Hartlepool but should be okay to start from the off this time around.

Defender Cuthbert, meanwhile, made his comeback on the bench after medial ligament trouble and he will now compete with Jean-Francois Lescinel for a starting berth at Elland Road.

Vincent Pericard (hamstring) and Sean Morrison (groin) are both 50/50 for the trip to Yorkshire having returned to full training.

But should the pair not make it against Leeds then they will certainly be in the frame for Monday's home clash against Tranmere.

Callum Kennedy is close to 100% after his lengthy spell on the sidelines but Kurt Hammonds (knee) and Alan O'Brien (hamstring) remain in recovery.

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