Stevenage hope to have Godden available for Swindon test

Posted Thursday, November 30, 2017 by PA

Stevenage will hand a late fitness test to Matt Godden ahead of the FA Cup second-round tie against Swindon.

Forward Godden was not fit for the 1-0 defeat at Cambridge, and is again rated as "touch and go" by Boro manager Darren Sarll.

Tom Pett came off during the closing stages, so will also be assessed.

Boro winger Ben Kennedy (knee) remains out.

Swindon manager David Flitcroft looks set to be without a string of players again.

Leading scorer Luke Norris has been hampered by an an ankle injury, but forward Paul Mullin should feature having recovered from a groin injury to play in last weekend's 1-0 home defeat to Newport.

Midfielder Timi Elsnik is expected to be out for around eight weeks with a hamstring problem.

Goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux and defender Chris Hussey (both groin) are also in the treatment room, along with midfielder Amine Linganzi (hamstring), while Dion Conroy is recovering from a long-term cruciate knee ligament injury.


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