ACCRINGTON Stanley will be without Liam Gibson again for their trip to Burton Albion tomorrow.

The Newcastle loanee has an ongoing stomach issue that has kept him out of action for the last three matches.

Club captain Seamus Conneely is back available for selection after a groin injury.

"There’s one or two niggles and one or two knocks and a little bit of illness, but we’re OK," said Coleman.

"Liam Gibson has had a little bit of a setback this week, so we’ve got to monitor that.

"He has an ongoing problem with his stomach, so it’s something that we’ve got to mindful of. I hope he’ll play before the season is over."

Coleman has his captain fit again after a troublesome groin injury.

"Seamus Connelly is back training now. He came through half an hour against the youth team on Thursday. He’s raring to go," Coleman added.

"He’s an influential player and by Seamus’s own admission, it’s been frustrating that he hasn’t played as many games as he normally plays.

"You want your experienced players around. It’s vital that the lads understand the gravity of each game and the trap door awaits anyone who goes through a slump.

"There’s probably 14 teams who could be affected by this."