AFC Wimbledon v Torquay preview

Team news ahead of Saturday's League Two clash between AFC Wimbledon and Torquay at Kingsmeadow.

Last Updated: 20/04/12 at 11:02

Prior: Could play for hosts

Prior: Could play for hosts

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Jason Prior is AFC Wimbledon's latest casualty ahead of this League Two encounter.

The luckless striker had only just returned after three months on the sidelines with a knee injury before suffering a double leg break against Crawley last week which will keep him out for six months.

Callum McNaughton is also a long-term absentee having undergone an operation on a cruciate injury.

Fellow defender Brett Johnson (glute) has returned to training after missing out against Crawley but midfielder Billy Knott (hamstring) remains a doubt.

Last week's 1-1 draw meant the Dons secured their place in League Two so manager Terry Brown is considering changes as he plans for next season.

Goalkeeper Jack Turner, defender Chris Bush and winger Kieran Djilali could therefore get run-outs.

Meanwhile, Torquay welcome back Ian Morris from suspension.

Morris served a one-match ban for the stalemate with Southend at Plainmoor last weekend following his dismissal for two bookable offences during the 2-2 draw with Oxford on Easter Monday.

However, the winger is now available once again to manager Martin Ling as he looks to guide his team back into the automatic promotion places.

Morris could come back into the Gulls' starting XI in place of on-loan forward Ryan Jarvis, who is carrying a hip complaint and may not feature.

Torquay are currently fourth in table but will move above Crawley into third if they can better the Red Devils' result this weekend.

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