Swindon vs Yeovil preview
Last Updated: 05/04/19 12:08pm
Michael Doughty could make his return to Swindon's matchday squad on Saturday when they host Yeovil in Sky Bet League Two.
The midfielder, who is the Robins' top-scorer this season with 11 goals, has been sidelined by a hamstring injury suffered in training in February.
Boss Richie Wellens said on Thursday Doughty had a chance of being in the 18, having trained fully the previous day, and confirmed no other players were out. Wellens' men - 10th in the table, four points outside the play-off places - are targeting a third successive win.
Yeovil have defender Omar Sowunmi available for selection. Sowumni, absent for the last two games due to an ankle problem, has returned to training.
Rhys Browne (hamstring) and Alex Pattison (back) will miss out once again. The match will be the Glovers' second since sacking Darren Way and placing Neale Marmon in temporary charge. Last week's 3-1 loss to Newport was a seventh straight defeat for the club, who are 22nd and above the relegation zone on goal difference.
Swindon Town have only lost one of their last seven league games against Yeovil (W4 D2), a 1-0 loss in April 2015.
Yeovil have only lost two of their last seven league visits to Swindon (W4 D1), drawing 2-2 last time out in April 2018.
Swindon are unbeaten in their last five league games at the Country Ground (W3 D2) - the Robins last went longer without defeat on home soil in the league between March and October 2013 (run of 13).
Yeovil have lost 11 of their last 13 league games (W2), including each of the last five by an aggregate scoreline of 11-1.
Kaiyne Woolery has been involved in four of Swindon's last six league goals (3 goals, 1 assist).