Team news ahead of Saturday's League Two clash between Crawley Town and Plymouth at the Broadfield Stadium.
Crawley will hand late fitness tests to Andy Drury and Tyrone Barnett ahead of the home clash.
On-loan Ipswich midfielder Drury had to come off during the first half of last week's win at Aldershot with a dead leg and striker Barnett was withdrawn due to a hamstring problem, but both have a chance of being available.
Midfielder Scott Neilson missed out against the Shots with a shoulder injury but he has been passed fit.
Forward John Akinde has pushed his claims for a start by scoring four times for the reserves in midweek.
Defenders Dean Howell (calf), Jamie Day (back) and Pablo Mills (ankle) are still missing, although skipper Mills could return next week after six months out.
Plymouth's caretaker manager Carl Fletcher cannot select himself for his second game in charge of the Pilgrims, against Crawley, due to suspension.
Fletcher is serving the second match of a three-game ban after his straight red card in the defeat at Southend on September 17, and subsequently will miss out against the Red Devils.
Fletcher, who was appointed as the interim successor to Peter Reid following the former Sunderland boss' sacking, has no injury worries.
The Argyle manager is likely to start with the same side that gained their first win of the season against Macclesfield last weekend.
Meanwhile, Plymouth striker Warren Feeney has been called up to the Northern Ireland squad for his country's Euro 2012 qualifiers against Estonia and Italy on October 7 and 11.