Hartlepool United predicted line-up for FA Cup clash at Yeovil Town

Hartlepool United face Yeovil Town at Huish Park this afternoon with a place in the FA Cup second round up for grabs.

Saturday, 9th November 2019, 8:00 am
Updated Saturday, 9th November 2019, 8:05 am
Looking to get back to his best.

It’s just over a month since Jason Kennedy’s dramatic stoppage-time winner against The Glovers at Victoria Park and the sides are going head to head once again.

Antony Sweeney will be in caretaker charge for the final time ahead of Dave Challinor’s official unveiling as the new Pools manager on Monday. The former AFC Fylde manager is expected to be in attendance for this afternoon’s match.

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Endured a frustrating evening on Tuesday night but just needs to find the killer ball.
A mainstay at the back this season.
Not a certain starter with Cunningham and Anderson available though should get the nod as part of an unchanged back-line.
One of Pools' stand out players under Sweeney's caretaker spell.
His last start for Pools saw him net a dramatic 92nd minute winner against Yeovil. More of the same again today please?
Pools' only midfielder to feature in every game so far this season. Will that continue this afternoon?
Hasn't started the last few games but could be given another chance to impress.
Looked lively since opening his account for the season last weekend.
Should continue to lead the line in Gime Toure's absence.
Will be looking to bounce back from a frustrating evening against Solihull Moors on Tuesday night.
Been solid in recent matches but with several midfielders itching for a start could be given a rest.
Would be unfortunate to lose his place after a very good few weeks prior to Tuesday's defeat against Solihull Moors. But with Challinor watching on as manager to be, a few rotations could be in order.
Made an impressive cameo off the bench on Tuesday and should be given the chance to make an impact again.
Could potentially be in with a chance of starting should Sweeney wish to change things up for his final game in caretaker charge. A necessary attacking option on the bench.
Hasn't started a match since September and may have to remain patient for his chance.
The only senior outfield player yet to start a game this season apart from the injured Luke Molyneux and Luke Williams. Should be given a chance.
A versatile defensive option to have on the bench. Will be looking to get some more minutes after failing to feature under Sweeney.