Last Updated: 10/08/18 1:13pm
Striker Jabo Ibehre is still battling to shake off a tight hamstring in time for Cambridge’s League Two clash with Notts County.
Brad Halliday could be available after a knock, having missed out in last weekend’s 3-0 defeat at Port Vale.
Transfer window recruit Louis John is still waiting for his debut after remaining an unused replacement in the season-opening loss at Vale. New recruit Barry Corr is pushing for a start after climbing off the bench for his club debut last weekend.
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Wigan summer signing Andy Kellett remains a doubt to make his Notts County debut. The 24-year-old midfielder picked up a calf problem ahead of last weekend’s season-opening goalless draw with Colchester and is still fighting for full fitness.
Manager Kevin Nolan could be tempted into making changes after drawing a frustrating blank in front of goal against Colchester. Kristian Dennis, Lewis Alessandra and Terry Hawkridge will all be pushing to start having sat on the bench last week.
Cambridge have won five of their last six league meetings with Notts County (D1) and have kept a clean sheet in the three of those.
On home soil, Cambridge have won each of their last three matches against Notts County in the Football League, one more than they had won in their first 10 such clashes prior to this run (W2 D4 L4).
Notts County’s last two league games have finished 0-0. They last had three consecutive goalless draws back in January 1985.
Cambridge manager Joe Dunne has faced Notts County six times in his career and lost five of those meetings with former club Carlisle United; he did come out on top in his most recent game against them though, registering a 1-0 with Cambridge in February 2018.
Cambridge United forward Jabo Ibehre has netted six times in his last four league appearances against Notts County, all for former club Carlisle United.