SWINDON Town manager Luke Williams is hoping to have Yaser Kasim and Bradley Barry back for Sunday’s season finale against Shrewsbury Town.

Full-back Barry, a mainstay since Mark Cooper’s last game in charge, and Kasim both missed last Saturday’s 2-2 draw away to Rochdale.

They were joined on the sidelines by Drissa Traore, who picked up an injury making a challenge in training, and Jermaine Hylton, who was taken ill last weekend.

With Fabien Robert set to miss the last game of the season, as well as Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill, who picked up a three-match ban for being sent off against Rochdale, and Louis Thompson, whose loan spell was curtailed by his red card and subsequent one-game ban from the same match, boss Williams faces another rejig of his squad.

The return of Barry will help at the back, while Kasim’s expected return should plug the hole vacated by Thompson.

“I think there is a strong chance of seeing Bradley and Yaser,” Williams told BBC Wiltshire. “I don’t think we are going to see Fabien.

“He is struggling to get over lots of little niggly injuries that won’t go away and they just prevent him from being able to move freely in training sessions and therefore, his fitness is declining.

“Jermaine was suffering from sickness. He felt nauseous in training and had to pull out, so I wouldn’t expect that to take too long to clear up.

“Drissa went in for a challenge in training with Louis Thompson and turned his ankle and couldn’t put any weight through it, so we’ll have to look at that.”

Despite Ormonde-Ottewill’s late dismissal on Saturday, Williams was pleased to see a response from his full-back in the wake of the alleged ‘laughing gas’ video.

“I thought he was excellent,” he added. “I hope that Brandon put that performance in to show the fans that travelled and the staff and his teammates that he wants to really make amends for what has happened in recent weeks.

“I don’t want to talk about it any more because we have dealt with it and put it to bed, but I hope that was a reaction to that.

“Particularly, his action for the first goal was fantastic.

“I thought he was tremendous with the work he put in throughout the game.”