Thomas receives support from Robins boss
Updated Sunday, 24th April 2011
Cheltenham boss Mark Yates will keep faith with Wes Thomas ahead of Easter Monday`s trip to Lincoln.
The striker spurned a host of chances during the 1-0 defeat to Macclesfield at the weekend which kept the Robins in relegation trouble.
Yates said: "Wes Thomas has scored 19 goals this season and while he didn't have his best game, he has been a revelation here.
"He now needs to be a revelation for another three games."
Winger Josh Low returned on Saturday after missing three matches with a leg injury and, after lasting 78 minutes at Whaddon Road, should be available to start again.
However, striker Jeff Goulding and right-back Keith Lowe continue to miss out with their respective ankle injuries.
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