Wimbledon v Cheltenham preview
Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between AFC Wimbledon and Cheltenham Town at Kingsmeadow.
Barry Fuller has been declared fit for AFC Wimbledon's home game against Cheltenham.
Fuller had to go off during the first half of last weekend's 1-1 draw at Burton with a glute injury but he has been back in training since Tuesday and should be involved.
However, fellow defender Aaron Morris and winger Kevin Sainte-Luce are doubts with hamstring problems.
Full-back Callum Kennedy remains sidelined by an ankle injury while Rhys Weston (knee) and Charlie Strutton (broken leg) are out for the rest of the season.
Cheltenham hope Byron Harrison will be ready to start when they travel to AFC Wimbledon.
The Robins' top scorer played for the final 35 minutes of Tuesday's 1-1 draw with Wycombe and grabbed the equaliser even though manager Mark Yates admitted the striker was not 100 per cent after struggling with a knock.
If Harrison is available to start he will hope to dislodge Jamie Cureton or Terry Gornell out of the starting line-up.
Midfielder David Noble continued his return to full match fitness with his third successive substitute appearance and will be involved once more.