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On-loan Alex Revell was not granted permission to play in Saturday's FA Cup triumph over Woking but he returns to the fray, while fellow striker Charlie Austin is also available having been cup-tied.

Influential midfielder Jonathan Douglas finally makes his comeback after serving a four-match suspension while defender Lecsinel Jean-Francois is also in the frame after a one-game ban.

Bolton striker Tope Obadeyi will make his final appearance for the Robins before he returns to the Reebok Stadium upon completion of his three-month loan stay. Celtic pair Simon Ferry and Ben Hutchinson are also available.

Midfielder Alan O'Brien (hamstring) may make the bench as he looks for crucial game time to aid his recovery following a lengthy absence but winger Lloyd Macklin (fractured leg) remains out for the long-term.

First-choice goalkeeper David Lucas was not included in Wilson's matchday 18 against Woking at the weekend but he could return this time around.

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