Yeovil v Stevenage preview

Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Yeovil and Stevenage at Huish Park.

Last Updated: 13/04/12 at 13:51

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Yeovil will be missing the suspended Ed Upson.

The midfielder was booked for the 15th time this season during the 3-1 defeat at Notts County last time out, incurring a three-match ban which begins with the visit of Boro.

The Glovers could also be without Gavin Williams and Nathan Jones.

Williams has missed the Somerset outfit's last four outings after suffering a calf strain in the 3-0 defeat at Charlton on March 20 and remains a doubt, while left-back Jones is still struggling with an Achilles injury which could keep him out of the game at Huish Park.

Otherwise, manager Gary Johnson has a fully-fit squad at his disposal as he looks to lead his team to consecutive home victories.

Darius Charles remains an injury concern for Stevenage.

The versatile Charles had to come off just before half-time against Wycombe at the end of March after sustaining a knock and subsequently missed the Easter fixtures against Tranmere and Preston with the problem.

He will continue to be monitored and a late decision will be made on his fitness.

Manager Gary Smith has options should he wish to make any changes to his team.

John Mousinho is fit again after being on the bench against Preston on Monday while fellow midfielders Stacy Long and Jennison Myrie-Williams and on-loan striker Jordan Slew are pushing for recalls.

Ninth-placed Boro go into the game six points shy of the play-off places.

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