Stevenage v Walsall preview

Team news for Tuesday night's League One clash between Stevenage and Walsall at Broadhall Way.

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Stevenage will check on Robbie Rogers and Filipe Morais.

The attacking midfield duo were not risked in Saturday's 2-2 home draw against Crewe due to minor hamstring problems and could return to the squad.

Midfielder Robin Shroot is pushing for a start after scoring another goal as a substitute at the weekend.

Left-back Lee Hills is still on the sidelines but is closing in on a return.

The summer signing from Crystal Palace has yet to figure this season due to a thigh strain, but is stepping up his training this week and hopes to be available in a fortnight.

Walsall manager Dean Smith is on the verge of having a fully-fit squad to pick from.

Smith will wait on midfielder Adam Chambers, who faces a late fitness test as he looks to make his return from a hamstring injury.

The game looks to have come too soon for Saddlers forward Febian Brandy, who is still nursing a hamstring strain of his own, with Saturday's clash against Preston representing a more realistic target for his return.

Walsall are now unbeaten in five League One matches but face a tough test against a Stevenage side who currently sit third in the table having not lost a game so far this season.

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