PARRETT BACK IN GLOVERS SQUAD
Midfielder Dean Parrett could be back in Yeovil's squad for the visit of Walsall.
Parrett, who is on loan from Barclays Premier League side Tottenham, was available for the 2-2 draw with Scunthorpe on Tuesday but was a surprise omission from the squad as boss Gary Johnson did not want to change a winning team.
But the result against the Iron, which subsequently ended a run of three successive victories for the Glovers, could pave the way for Parrett to be recalled.
Manager Gary Johnson also confirmed that top scorer Andy Williams, who has scored 10 times since the start of the calendar year, will definitely take part despite coming off against Scunthorpe after receiving a blow on his shin.
Walsall have received mixed injury news ahead of the game.
Richard Taundry continues to miss out with his hamstring injury but is targeting a return to action when Stevenage come to town next weekend.
Midfielder Adam Chambers, who returned as a second-half substitute in last Saturday's goalless draw against Hartlepool, has now got an infection in the heel wound which ruled him out of the club's previous three games and is doubtful.
Elsewhere, winger Jamie Paterson returns to the fold having failed a late fitness test on his ankle prior to the Pools clash.
Centre-back Olly Lancashire was forced off midway through the first half struggling with blurred vision but is okay and will now compete with Manny Smith, who impressed having come on in his place.
Emmanuel Ledesma is in contention to make his second debut for the club having been re-signed by manager Dean Smith on a deal until the end of the season.
The Argentinian attacking midfielder made 10 appearances towards the end of last term.
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