BRAD Collins is expected to be passed fit to play at Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday, leaving head coach Michael Duff with a ‘tough decision’ over who to play in goal.
Collins has been injured since early February, with loanee Harry Isted impressing in his seven games.
Duff said: “We think Brad will probably be involved on Saturday. It will be a tough decision if I have to make it but, until I am told that Brad can definitely play, I don’t need to add it to my stress levels.
“They are two good goalies. Harry has proved to be a valuable asset.”
Defender Robbie Cundy has been back in training for two weeks after two months out with a knee problem. He played 45 minutes for the under 21s on Tuesday.
Duff said: “Saturday will be a bit too soon. He’s champing at the bit. He could start if we got injuries, but we’d like him to have more training first.”
Josh Martin and Oli Shaw have been left out of recent first team squads and did not play for the under 21s. Duff said: “It shows the quality and depth of the squad that those two players are missing out. They’re not stupid and know it’s tough. I have had conversations with them both about keeping their head down and being ready for opportunities.”