KESHI Anderson remains a doubt for Saturday’s League Two visit of Newport County, but fellow forward Kaiyne Woolery is expected to feature after a positive set of scan results on his knee.

Anderson (hamstring) played only 15 minutes before being replaced by Woolery at Cambridge on Saturday, a game Town won by a goal-to-nil following Jerry Yates’ back post prod from Ellis Iandolo’s eye-catching delivery from the left byline.

Town boss Richie Wellens reported after full time that Woolery himself had to fight through the pain barrier after picking up a knock to his knee during the first half.

But Town’s 24-year-old striker has since been cleared to play this weekend by club medics, while a decision on Anderson’s starting credentials will hinge on his ability to train on Friday at Beversbrook.

Elsewhere, star defender Mathieu Baudry (ankle) could be in line for a swift return to Town’s first team after being forced off prematurely against Colchester United last week.

But Jordan Lyden will remain on the sidelines as he continues to recover from a knock he picked up at Leyton Orient earlier this month.

Wellens said: “Keshi (Anderson) is touch and go, we’ll have to wait until Friday.

“Jordan (Lyden) is still out, Mathieu Baudry has a chance. We’ll have to wait and give players every opportunity.

“If they can train on Friday then they will be involved in the squad.

“Kaiyne (Woolery) is fine, he’s been for a scan which came back with positive news.”

Wellens’ injury list forced him into a tactical tweak on Saturday at Cambridge, as Zeki Fryers – naturally a left back – played besides Dion Conroy in a more central role.

Fryers’ pace has granted the 39-year-old Town boss faith in his ability in the centre of defence.

And the former Manchester United man undoubtedly paired up well with Conroy as Swindon registered their third League Two clean sheet of the season.

Wellens added: “Zeki (Fryers) is an experienced player, and has played at a lot higher level than this.

“He’s been calm, composed, and is good on the ball. With his pace, it allows us to go five or 10 yards higher up.

“Zeki is doing nothing short of what we expected. He’s come in and performed well.

“It’s important when Dion (Conroy) plays on the left that he doesn’t force things. He’s always got the option to open up and play a diagonal or into midfield, he is very good at that.

“Dion forced things a bit when we moved him over to the right, and we talked about that after the game.

“Dion is growing every week, as long as he trains properly and keeps his motivation levels high then he will become a good footballer.

“He’ll continue to get quicker, better and stronger – anyone watching Dion at the moment can see what type of player he is.”