Newport v Yeovil preview
Last Updated: 14/09/18 12:54pm
Newport boss Michael Flynn is set to restore his Sky Bet League Two high-flyers for Yeovil's visit to Rodney Parade.
Flynn made eight changes for the Checkatrade Trophy defeat at Swindon on Tuesday after County had climbed to second place in the league with a 1-0 win over Oldham.
Fraser Franks and Padraig Amond are among those set to return, missing out in midweek after complaining of soreness. Robbie Willmott is expected to make the bench after returning to action at Swindon following a hamstring problem.
Yeovil will welcome back international trio Shaun Donnellan, Sessi D'Almeida and Enus Mahmutovic. Defender Donnellan missed the Republic of Ireland Under-21's 1-1 draw with Kosovo with a thigh injury, but returned to play 75 minutes of the 6-0 UEFA U21 Championship defeat to Germany in Dublin.
Wes McDonald and Rhys Browne have returned to training this week after injuries and seem set to strengthen the selection hand of Glovers boss Darren Way. Olufela Olomola is in contention after starting his second spell at Huish Park by playing 30 minutes of the 1-0 win at Grimsby.
Newport have won their last three league meetings with Yeovil without conceding a goal.
Yeovil didn't conceded a single goal in their first three Football League games against Newport - in their subsequent three, the Glovers themselves have failed to score.
Since their opening day defeat to Mansfield (0-3), Newport are unbeaten in their last six League Two games (W5 D1) - the Exiles last went seven league games without defeat in November 2015.
Yeovil Town have won three of their last four league games (D1) having previously gone 10 matches without a victory (D4 L6).
Newport have had eight different goal scorers in League Two so far this season - no side has more (Colchester also eight).