Yeovil Town are unchanged from last weekend’s win at Tonbridge Angels as they prepare to take on Havant & Waterlooville at Huish Park this afternoon (3pm kick-off).

That means there is still no place for midfielder Charlie Cooper who has not been seen since going off injured late in the last home win over Slough Town at the end of January.

The Glovers are unbeaten at home this season and top the National League South table, ten points clear of second-placed Worthing, who travel to W*ymouth today.

The visitors, who sit second-from-bottom of the table, have former Glovers’ striker Ryan Seager in their starting line-up, the Yeovil-born forward who has had two spells with his hometown team has eight goals since joining the Hawks in November.

Another Huish link is midfielder Alfy Whittingham, whose father, Guy, who had a prolific season in green-and-white in the late 1980s before going on to represent Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Portsmouth.

Havant also have defender Nathan Carlyle, signed on loan from St Albans City this week, in the starting line-up. He played for his parent club in the 1-1 draw with Yeovil earlier this month and assisted for the Saints’ equaliser in a 1-1 draw.


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