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

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Steve Arnold: Facing a late test

Steve Arnold: Facing a late test

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Stevenage could be without goalkeeper Steve Arnold when they host leaders Wolves.

Arnold suffered a recurrence of a knee injury during the warm-up prior to Saturday's 1-1 draw with Port Vale and had to be replaced by veteran Chris Day.

Boss Graham Westley will again be without Dean Parrett (cruciate) and Roarie Deacon (ankle) after they were ruled out for the rest of the season while fellow midfielder Michael Doughty completes a two-match ban.

New loan signings Conor Henderson and Tom Flanagan were unused substitutes at the weekend and will be hoping for some game time.

Wolves will assess the fitness of Bakary Sako and Matt Doherty ahead of their visit to Stevenage.

Second top-scorer Sako has recently required injections on a foot injury, which kept him out of the weekend win at MK Dons, but boss Kenny Jackett is hopeful of a return in time for the trip to Broadhall Way.

Full-back Doherty is less likely to feature though as a slight hamstring strain, picked up during the 2-0 win at Sheffield United, looks set to extend a run of just one Sky Bet League One appearance since November.

Victory for Wolves, their third on the trot away from home, will see the Molineux outfit extend their lead over third-placed Leyton Orient to 13 points with just six games left to play.

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