Luke Williams ponders Swindon changes ahead of Millwall clash
Swindon boss Luke Williams has a number of decisions to make as he looks to keep the Robins' Sky Bet League One survival hopes alive with a win over Millwall.
Williams saw his side lose to a last-minute goal at Bradford last time out as he once again opted to keep James Brophy, Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill and Jordan Stewart out of the team following a breach of discipline.
Goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux was fined along with that trio but returned for the game at Valley Parade and is likely to keep his place this time out.
Skipper Nathan Thompson suffered a head injury at Bradford but will be fit, while Yaser Kasim and Lloyd Jones will also be hopeful of involvement.
Millwall keeper Jordan Archer is hoping to retain his place.
Archer came back into the side for Tuesday night's 3-3 draw at Rochdale following six weeks out with a thigh problem, so will battle Tom King for the number one spot.
Midfielder Calum Butcher and forward Aiden O'Brien both started in midweek.
Ben Thompson and Shane Ferguson could come into contention again along with defender Mahlon Romeo as the Lions aim to keep themselves in play-off contention.