Team news ahead of Saturday's League Two clash between Crawley Town and Accrington Stanley at the Broadfield Stadium.
Tyrone Barnett is set to miss out on Crawley's clash against Stanley.
Town's seven-goal top scorer missed Tuesday night's 3-1 win over Dagenham with a hamstring injury and has yet to resume training.
But full-back David Hunt is in line to return to the side after he sat out in midweek with an ankle knock.
Skipper Pablo Mills could start his first game of the season after playing 40 minutes as a second-half substitute on Tuesday, his first action since he suffered an ankle injury in March which required surgery.
Mills could replace Claude Davis, who has been playing despite carrying a toe injury, at centre-half.
Midfielder Scott Davies on Thursday moved to Aldershot on loan until January.
Meanwhile, Accrington look set to again be without defender Sean Hessey.
Hessey missed Stanley's 1-0 away loss to Shrewsbury on Tuesday due to a hamstring problem and is once again doubtful.
Stanley were dealt a further blow this week when it was discovered Ian Craney has broken both his leg and ankle. That came after the initial diagnosis suggested only the former was affected.
Tom Bender, who hit the headlines following a horrific head injury in a Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash with Tranmere, has returned to training.
However, the defender, on loan from Colchester, has still not been signed off to play and will be sidelined once again at the Broadfield Stadium.
Bryan Hughes has signed for Stanley but the experienced midfielder is unlikely to feature as the club are still waiting to receive international clearance.