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Marek Rodak back for Accrington
Accrington have goalkeeper Marek Rodak back in contention for Tuesday's Sky Bet League Two clash at home to Cambridge.
Rodak missed the 1-1 draw with Grimsby on Saturday as he was on international duty with Slovakia's Under-21 side.
Seamus Conneely (ankle) and Arron Davies (foot) will both be assessed, while Sean Clare has been back at parent club Sheffield Wednesday having treatment on the injured foot that could sideline him for the rest of the season.
Scott Brown remains suspended as he serves the third game of his five-match ban.
Cambridge must again do without on-loan Hull midfielder Max Clark who is serving out a three-match ban.
Fit-again forwards Barry Corr and Adam McGurk are pressing for places in the starting XI after coming off the bench in the goalless draw against Stevenage.
Defender Liam O'Neil is also in contention again after his hamstring injury.
James Dunne has been carrying a heel problem and has missed the U's past two matches, while Medy Elito (hamstring) will also be monitored.