A look ahead to Tuesday's game at Rodney Parade
Assistants: Ronald Ganfield and Christopher Husband
Fourth Official: Marvyn Amphlett
Definitely out for Reds are Lanre Oyebanjo, Gavin Tomlin and Joe McNerney as well as the suspended Luke Rooney, who picked up a red card in the Accrington match.
Roarie Deacon (hamstring) could return with Gwion Edwards, who has completed his three-match suspension.
THE FORM GUIDE
Mark Yates' side have now lost four on the bounce following a 3-0 defeat to Accrington Stanley.
Newport claimed their first win of the season on Saturday with a 1-0 victory over Carlisle.
VIEW FROM THE BENCH
: "I've seen a bit of them on DVD, but we have to concentrate on ourselves. We've concentrated on the opposition a bit too much recently, it needs to be about us in order to be at our maximum on Tuesday."Mark Yates
WE’VE MET BEFORE?
The most recent encounters came from our Conference years in the 2010/11 season when both sides won away from home. We also claimed victory in the F.A. Cup fourth qualifying round that season with a 1-0 victory in south Wales which proved the start of a run all the way to Old Trafford and the fifth round!
LEAGUE TWO FIXTURES
Accrington v Yeovil
Wimbledon v Northampton
Dagenham & Redbridge v Notts County
Hartlepool v Bristol Rovers
Leyton Orient v Carlisle
Morecambe v Luton
Plymouth v Barnet
Portsmouth v Exeter
Stevenage v Mansfield
Wycombe v Cambridge
York v Oxford United
FANCY A FLUTTER?
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COME ON YOU REDS!