Aldershot v Accrington preview
Aldershot are set to be unchanged for the visit of Accrington, whose boss John Coleman could look to shuffle his attacking options.
Last Updated: 21/08/09 3:34pm
Aldershot manager Gary Waddock will name an unchanged side for the visit of Accrington.
Waddock saw his side slip to a third away defeat in a week at Bournemouth on Tuesday night but will be hopeful of a return to winning ways at home.
Dave Winfield came in at centre-half against Bournemouth with Adam Hinshelwood moving to right-back and Waddock is set to stick with that line-up.
Ben Herd remains sidelined with a knee injury while midfielder Lewis Chalmers picked up a knock in the 1-0 defeat to Rochdale last Saturday and was only on the bench in midweek.
Left-back Dean Howell is recovering from a hip operation and will be out for several more weeks while Anthony Charles remains sidelined with a slight knee problem.
Accrington boss John Coleman could look to shuffle his attacking options ahead of the clash.
Striker Billy Kee could miss out after being substituted during the midweek loss at home to Northampton.
The on-loan Leicester man had been a doubt with a knee injury and only lasted 57 minutes before being taken off by Coleman. Michael Symes could come in should Kee not make it.
Midfield duo Chris Turner and Sean McConville could also come into the reckoning, with the pair vying to replace Bobby Grant.
Veteran midfielder John Mullin is to see a specialist later this week to determine whether or not the ankle injury that has prevented him from playing so far this season will end his career.