Goalkeeper poser for Glovers
Yeovil boss Gary Johnson has a goalkeeping dilemma for the visit of in-form Bournemouth.
The Glovers' survival hopes suffered a real blow on Tuesday night as they lost 3-2 at Charlton, a game which saw number two Chris Dunn deputise for the second successive match.
The former Northampton shotstopper was called into the side after Marek Stech's illness last week and Johnson has to decide whether to recall his number one or stick with Dunn once again.
Kieffer Moore will hope to be included in that starting XI having netted following his half-time introduction at The Valley as the Glovers look for a much-needed three points.
Bournemouth will check on top scorer Lewis Grabban ahead of the trip.
Their 20-goal forward, who has scored five in his last four Championship outings, was taken off with five minutes to go of Tuesday's 3-1 win over Reading with a slight groin problem, and manager Eddie Howe says he will assess Grabban in the build-up to the Huish Park trip.
Howe will remain without midfielder Harry Arter who serves the second game of his three-match ban so Eunan O'Kane will continue to deputise, but if Grabban is passed fit the Cherries are likely to be unchanged.
Victories over QPR and the Royals have moved Bournemouth to within two points of a Championship play-off spot.