SWINDON Town head coach Ben Garner has provided an update on the fitness and availability of several key players, including Kaine Kesler-Hayden, Anthony Grant, and Jonny Williams.

The three aforementioned players have been away on international duty, with Kesler-Hayden representing England U21 and Williams pulling on the Wales shirt three times in the space of a week.

While Kesler-Hayden and Williams have a fighting chance to compete against Port Vale on Saturday upon their return, Grant spent time in Costa Rica – a country on the UK’s red list – when representing Jamaica and is therefore required to spend a period of time isolating.

Meanwhile, long-term absentees Jordan Lyden and Mathieu Baudry are now both back in full training, according to the Town boss, though there is no specific game he is targeting for their return to the squad.

In Friday’s pre-match press conference, Garner said: “Anthony Grant is going to have to complete a period of isolation.

“I’ve asked for clarification on what exactly that is, how long he’ll be unavailable, and what exactly we can do with him.

“We need to make sure we stick to the guidelines from a government perspective and also from an EFL perspective.

“We’ll be following those guidelines, and we’ll get him back in as soon as we possibly can.”

Garner has no such problems with Kesler-Hayden and Williams though, with both expected to return against Port Vale.

Garner said: “Kaine really enjoyed his time with England – he had a really positive experience.

“That was the first time he’d represented his country at that level, so that was a really proud moment for him and his family.

“He was back in with us on Wednesday. He’s fine, he’s in good shape, and he’s ready to go for the weekend.

“Jonny Williams has had good minutes, and he’s come back in good shape, fit, but a little bit disappointed with the third game against Estonia because Wales were dominant but couldn’t get the goal. Other than that, he’s great and looking forward to the weekend as well.”

Town have reminded fans that tickets for tomorrow's game are only available in person until 1pm.

The club have asked supporters to arrive early in order to avoid any disappointment but mentioned that tickets are available to buy online until half-time.