yeovil town striker Steve MacLean, image courtesy and copyright dave rowntreeExeter City and Yeovil Town are both in home npower League One action tonight on a bumper floodlit night of football action for south west sports supporters.

Third from bottom City bid to bounce back from back-to-back 2-0 defeats at Charlton and Hartlepool when they host ninth placed Notts County at St James Park (1945) while Terry Skiverton's Yeovil host Wycombe Wanderers at Huish Park (1945).

City start without suspended striker Daniel Nardiello opening the door for a Richard Logan recall to pair on-loan QPR striker Rowan Vine in attack while 18th placed Yeovil's squad to face 19th placed Wycombe is set to include new on-loan Watford teenage forward Gavin Massey, 18. Yeovil fought back from 3-1 down and were still on the front foot in Friday's 4-3 defeat at Preston North End following striker Steve MacLean's second half double.

In League Two the big local match is at Plainmoor, where sixth placed Torquay United seek to avenge last month's 2-1 Johnstone's Paint Trophy knockout by south west rivals Cheltenham Town (1945).

Gulls boss Martin Ling s set to be without winger Lloyd Macklin (calf) but can recall fit-again Danny Stevens, who missed Saturday's goalless draw at Gary Johnson's Northampton due to an ankle injury. Cheltenham manager Mark Yates will be eager his side builds on Saturday's 2-0 home win over Macclesfield, which lifted the Robins to fifth level on points and goal difference with tonight's hosts.

Paul Buckle's Bristol Rovers will bid to build on Saturday's 2-2 draw at Bradford City - where the home side scored a penalty leveller deep in stoppage time - when the Pirates host third placed Shrewsbury Town (1945). Rovers start the match 15th in the table.

Troubled basement side Plymouth Argyle - with one point from seven games - visit third from bottom Barnet without suspended French central defender Ladjie Soukouna, red carded late on in Saturday's 2-0 home defeat by Port Vale.

MacDouble: Yeovil Town striker Steve MacLean, scored twice at Preston North End last Friday.

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