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AFC Wimbledon will be without Will Antwi, Charlie Sheringham and Kevin Sainte-Luce when they host Burton.

Defender Antwi (hernia) and striker Sheringham (ankle) are on the mend following spells on the sidelines and are due to return to training in the next week or so.

But they will not be ready in time to face Albion while winger Sainte-Luce is still missing with a hamstring injury.

Rhys Weston was on the bench at Chesterfield last weekend following a hamstring problem and could be recalled as the Dons look to bounce back from the 2-0 defeat.

Burton will check on Chris Hussey ahead of the trip to his old side AFC Wimbledon.

Hussey has a thigh problem and the midfielder is rated at 50/50 to recover in time for Saturday's game against the club he left in the summer.

Billy Kee has resumed training after a five-week lay off with a thigh injury but it would be a surprise if manager Gary Rowett opted to select the striker this weekend.

Centre-half Ian Sharps will serve the second game of a three-match suspension for the red card he received during the home defeat to Oxford.

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