Yeovil V Swindon at Huish Park : Match Preview
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New pair boost Yeovil's hopes
Yeovil's two new signings will be involved when they host Swindon in Tuesday night's televised clash.
Latvia international Vitalijs Maksimenko has joined from Brighton, along with Charlton striker Jordan Cook.
The versatile Maksimenko, who can play anywhere down the left flank, moved to the Amex from Skonto Riga in the January transfer window while Cook had made nine Addicks appearances this season before heading to Huish Park.
The pair, who will stay with the Glovers until April 17, are both available to be involved against the Robins.
Part of the thinking behind Gary Johnson's double signing is that captain Jamie McAllister and Byron Webster are both on nine yellow cards and should they pick up yellows against Swindon they would miss the next two games.
McAllister (foot) and Sam Foley (hip) are both likely to be involved.
Swindon will be without midfielder Alan Navarro for the trip.
The former Brighton man, 31, was an unused substitute in the 2-1 defeat to Brentford but a hamstring injury will sideline him against fellow promotion hopefuls Yeovil.
Nathan Thompson shrugged off a knock to his knee to play for 90 minutes while Tommy Miller also started despite having also picked up a knock.
Youth team players Connor Waldon and Alex Ferguson have been named in the squad as Kevin MacDonald's men look to close the four-point gap on the automatic promotion places in npower League One against a side level on points with the Robins.
Meanwhile, defender Troy Archibald-Henville has made a return to light training having been ruled out since early November with a knee injury.
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