Team news ahead of Monday's League Two clash between Accrington and Hereford at the Crown Ground.
Accrington will assess the fitness of striker Padraig Amond, who was was forced off at half-time during the 1-0 Good Friday defeat at Torquay with a back injury.
If the Irish forward fails to make it, Kurtis Guthrie or Micah Evans will come into contention for a starting berth.
On-loan Everton youngster Toto Nsiala will return from a three-match suspension and offers a much-needed tonic to boss Paul Cook's considerable defensive problems.
Danny Coid (knee) and Rob Kiernan (ankle) have played their last football of the campaign and captain Dean Winnard is unlikely to return from an ankle problem this term.
Centre-back Sean Hessey remains on the sidelines with a hamstring injury, as does veteran midfielder Bryan Hughes, while Alan Burton is continuing his recovery from hernia surgery.
Hereford, meanwhile, will again assess the fitness of midfielder James McQuilkin.
McQuilkin failed to recover from a knock to return against Plymouth Argyle, having sat out the game against Rotherham the week before.
Better news for Hereford was the return to the bench of Benoit Dalibard and Sam Clucas against Argyle after hamstring and ankle problems respectively.
Clucas made his return as a substitute in injury time, and the pair may be ready to start in their must-win game in Lancashire.
The Bulls are still without Simon Clist (ankle), Rob Purdie (hamstring) and Joe Heath (groin).
Richard O'Kelly's side are in desperate need of the points, sitting bottom of League Two and three points adrift of safety.