Darlington manager David Hodgson could have his attacking options boosted by the return of four key players for the visit of League Two leaders Yeovil Town tomorrow.

Clyde Wijnhard, Alun Armstrong and Neil Wainwright are all available again after serving one-match suspensions, while Craig Hignett has returned to training following a groin problem.

In their absence, Quakers ground out a 1-0 home victory over Boston United last Saturday to keep their promotion play-off hopes alive.

A goal from defender David McGurk midway through the second half was enough to earn three vital points as Hodgson's side continued their unpredictable form.

They now stand eighth in the table, one place and one point outside the play-off places.

It was a gritty display from an unfamiliar-looking Darlington side which had Jonjo Dickman and Keith Gilroy making their debuts, Jason St Juste starting only his second game for the first team and youth team striker Richard Logan sitting on the bench.

Skipper Craig Liddle was also missing after suffering a recurrence of a stomach problem.

Dickman produced a solid display in central midfield, while Gilroy struggled to make an impact on the right and was replaced by Logan with 20 minutes left. Craig Russell worked hard as the lone striker, but was denied a goal late on by a tackle from Darlington-born Alan White.

Hodgson has certainly now got plenty of competition for places, but he is sure to recall most of his big guns to take on the Glovers, who have looked impressive all season and are six points clear at the top.

But what kind of performance Quakers will produce is anyone's guess as they have so often disappointed after raising hopes with one or two good results.