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24 October 2013

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Boss doesn't envisage any tinkering for cup tie

John Still isn't likely to make any changes for the Town's FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie away to Woking.

The manager admitted the game isn't one for "trying things" at his press conference on Thursday. Still did, however, point out that he has yet to make a decision on what the side will be. "I need to digest training on Thursday before I know what I'm going to do."

Still confirmed that Alex Wall is ready for a return to action following a slight knock but Alex Lawless and Jon Shaw are doubtful as they continue to recover from "little niggles". Both have trained but not full and are unlikely to feature at Kingfield. Only defender Danny Fitzsimons is definitely unavailable.

The boss also confirmed that former England international goalkeeper David James is helping in training. The self-confessed Hatters fan is working towards his A-license coaching certificate. A full interview will James will be on Hatters Player, as will the thoughts of the manager.

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