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Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between AFC Wimbledon and York City at Kingsmeadow.

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Alan Bennett: Set to return

Alan Bennett: Set to return

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AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley can welcome back a host of key players for the visit of the Minstermen.

Captain Alan Bennett returns after he was rested at Fleetwood last weekend while fellow defender Andy Frampton is fit despite twisting an ankle playing for the reserves in midweek on his comeback from two months out with a shoulder injury.

Peter Sweeney also played in midweek to prove his fitness after a metatarsal injury, George Francomb is available after a groin problem and Aaron Morris (ankle) and Danny Hylton (elbow) have shaken off the knocks they suffered last weekend.

However, Jim Fenlon, Kevin Sainte-Luce and Charlie Wyke are still not fit enough to return.

York striker Wes Fletcher is hoping to win his fitness battle in time for the clash with the Wombles.

Fletcher has scored 14 goals this season but has missed the last two matches due to a hamstring injury and will be assessed ahead of the game.

Midfielder Josh Carson sat out the Republic of Ireland Under-21s' midweek defeat to Montenegro due to a groin strain, but is expected to be included in boss Nigel Worthington's plans.

Worthington has no new injury or suspension worries with winger Sander Puri coming through Estonia's midweek win in Gibraltar unscathed, but defender Dan Parslow (knee) is out for the rest of the season.

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