No new worries for Dons ahead of FA Cup clash
AFC Wimbledon have no fresh injury concerns ahead of their FA Cup third-round replay against local rivals Sutton.
Manager Neal Ardley is likely to be selecting from the same squad which secured a 2-1 victory over Oxford in Sky Bet League One at the weekend
But there is a possibility a number of players who missed that win could be available for this game as the Dons look to secure a fourth-round tie at home to Leeds by seeing off the non-League outfit at the second time of asking.
Jonathan Meades (ankle), Tom Beere (back) and George Francomb (illness) are all fighting to be in contention, while Andy Barcham will be tested on Tuesday morning ahead of the game as he looks to return.
Sutton boss Paul Doswell will be hoping his side can go one better than the unlikely home draw they secured against Wimbledon in the original tie.
The National League side sit in mid-table and drew an FA Trophy tie at Worthing on Saturday - a game for which Doswell made five changes.
Those who dropped out of the side will be hopeful of a recall, with Kevin Amankwaah, Louis John, Maxime Biamou, Dan Fitchett and Jeffrey Monakana all missing out at the Bibby Financial Services Stadium.
Former Leeds and Norwich youngster Afolabi Coker is also waiting to make his debut for the U's but the defender may be kept on the sidelines once more at Kingsmeadow.