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Sam Foley: Misses out with hip injury

Sam Foley: Misses out with hip injury

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New signing Ben Gordon looks set to be involved in the Glovers' midweek clash.

The 22-year-old left-back watched the goalless draw with Hartlepool on Saturday from the stands before the free agent signed an initial one-month deal with the club on Monday.

One player who looks set to miss out is left winger Sam Foley, who limped off at Victoria Park with a hip injury.

Captain Jamie McAllister will continue to have injections in his troublesome ankle as he has on a number of occasions in recent weeks and is expected to retain his place in the starting line-up.

Meanwhile Jamaica Under-20s captain Omar Holness is continuing to train with Yeovil after featuring in a friendly against Hereford last week but he will not be involved.

The tem have lost just one game in 2013 and remain just three points off the automatic promotion places.

Paul Hayes is in line to make his Reds debut. The much-travelled striker has joined on a month's loan from Brentford.

Manager Richie Barker moved for the 29-year-old as top scorer Billy Clarke is still struggling with a hamstring injury.

Barker could make further changes after admitting some of his players were "running on empty" towards the end of Saturday's goalless draw against Notts County.

Sergio Torres, Mark Connolly and David Hunt are among those pushing for recalls to the starting line-up.

Midfielder Josh Simpson is still missing with an ankle injury and defender Kyle MacFadzean is continuing to build up his fitness having been struck down by a virus in November.

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