Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale has received some welcome news on the injury front with Alan Gow, Matt Oakley and John O'Flynn all set to make their return to the first team squad in the coming two weeks.
Alan Gow was ruled out of Saturday's 3-0 win over Morecambe with a thigh injury he picked up in a reserve match away at Reading on February 5, while John O'Flynn has been out since mid-January with a hamstring problem and Matt Oakley has been sidelined since featuring in 0-0 draw with Aldershot on February 2.
Tisdale says all three players are expected to make it back for the game away at Burton Albion, on February 23, and they have an outside chance of making it back for this Friday's game against Accrington Stanley
"John O'Flynn, Matt Oakley and Alan Gow we are hoping will be fit for the Burton Albion game," said Tisdale. "There is, I suppose, a small chance with all of them that the Accrington game this Friday may be possible, but it is doubtful."
Tisdale added that Myles Anderson is set to be out for a month though after picking up knee injury, also in the reserve game away at Reading.