CHELTENHAM Town manager Michael Duff has confirmed all four of his loan signings are available to play in Saturday’s FA Cup first round tie against Swindon at Whaddon Road.

Jacob Greaves, Max Sheaf, Jake Doyle-Haynes and Gavin Reilly have all been cleared by their parent clubs to play in this weekend’s first round tie - Greaves, Doyle-Haynes and Reilly have all proven themselves to be first-team regulars in Duff’s squad – totally 16, 14 and 15 appearances respectively.

Hull City talent Sheaf, meanwhile, has appeared only three times.

Swindon boss Richie Wellens has no such luck, though. Two of his six loan signings are cup tied, however he refused to reveal the identity of both men that will miss out.

The 39-year-old did, however, state on Wednesday that he plans to play 4-4-2 as Town search for their first ever away win at Cheltenham – suggesting one of either top scorer Eoin Doyle or seven-goal Jerry Yates will be available.

Cheltenham boss Duff, though, has no such problems.

He said: “All players are available, which is a good thing.

“Hopefully we can pick the right team that incorporates everyone. We’ve got lots of options, we’ll pick a team capable of winning the game.”

The Robins’ 41-year-old manager – a former player at Cheltenham and Burnley – described Swindon as one of the best teams Cheltenham have played this season.

It follows both teams’ 2-2 draw at Whaddon Road in August, a game where Doyle notched a brace and Michael Doughty was sent off.

Duff added: “Swindon are one of the best teams we have played this year.

“They moved the ball around and caused us a lot of problems. They’re a team on a good run, and it will be a tough game.

“Eoin (Doyle) is a good player, but Swindon can hurt a team in lots of different ways. They can play different formations and have good attacking players.

“As we saw in August, they started like a train and we went behind. Richie (Wellens) has got them playing well.”