Team news ahead of Tuesday's Carling Cup Round One clash between Southend and Leyton Orient.
Manager Paul Sturrock will not risk Anthony Grant or Chris Barker at Roots Hall.
Midfielder Grant and centre-back Barker both picked up what Sturrock described as "niggling knocks" during the opening-day 1-0 win over Hereford at the weekend.
But with plenty of options within Sturrock's ranks he will not take any chances as he looks to freshen up his starting XI.
The Blues boss could well move defender-turned-attacker Bilel Mohsni - who scored Saturday's winner - back into defence to replace Barker, although Sturrock must also take into account his energy levels with the Muslim currently fasting during daylight hours for Ramadan.
Striker Liam Dickinson and midfielder Kane Ferdinand could well come into Sturrock's thoughts having enjoyed late cameos at the weekend due to a lack of match fitness. But last season's top scorers Barry Corr (knee) and Blair Sturrock (ankle) continue to miss out.
Sturrock will have more options available to him on the bench against his League One opponents as he is able to name seven substitutes in the Carling Cup, with only five now allowed in league competition this season.
Leon McSweeney has joined Leyton Orient's casualty list ahead of the trip to Southend.
The midfielder, a summer signing from Hartlepool, suffered a knee injury on his debut against Walsall and faces three or four weeks on the sidelines.
The Os were already without Stephen Dawson, Marc Laird, Jamie Jones, David Mooney and Terrell Forbes for Saturday's 1-0 defeat.
Skipper Dawson has an ankle knock, fellow midfielder Laird is struggling with thigh trouble, goalkeeper Jones has a shoulder problem and striker Mooney a hamstring injury.
All four are expected to miss out at Roots Hall but defender Forbes could be available after a stomach injury.
On-loan Newcastle youngster Michael Richardson is eligible to play and looks set to go into the starting line-up.