Will Buckley strengthened his claims for a Watford debut at Cardiff on Sunday with a goal for the reserves against Ipswich.
The winger joined the Hornets from Rochdale in January but has been sidelined since for six weeks by a thigh strain.
Buckley was an unused substitute in Tuesday’s win over Ipswich’s first-team and then proved his fitness with a run-out against their second string yesterday.
His goal which set Watford’s reserves on their way to a 2-0 victory was a well taken effort past former England goalkeeper Richard Wright in the first-half of the game before Lewis Young added a second after the interval.
Notts County boss Kevin Nolan hopes to keep his side's automatic promotion hopes on track when they face local rivals Mansfield at a packed Meadow Lane.
French defender Xavier Tomas feels the passion of Scottish football has been a breath of fresh air in his debut season with Hamilton.
Kilmarnock winger Chris Burke has told his younger team-mates to wring as much knowledge out of Steve Clarke's spell at Rugby Park as they can.
On-loan Partick Thistle defender Baily Cargill is looking to build on an improved defensive display when they travel to Edinburgh this weekend.