Team news for Tuesday's League Two clash between Cheltenham and AFC Wimbledon at Whaddon Road.
Cheltenham manager Mark Yates has no new injury concerns as his side look to build on an impressive 5-0 mauling of Dagenham and Redbridge at the weekend.
Jeff Goulding picked up a dead leg and Steve Elliot returned after a month out during the rout, but both are expected to be fine for the visit of AFC Wimbledon.
"We're fine with injuries. Jeff picked up a dead leg but he should train today (Monday) and he'll be fine. Stevey is fine too and Saturday worked out perfectly for us to bring him off so he is okay for tomorrow," Yates told the club's official website.
Josh Low was restored to the team at the weekend and looks set to keep his place as Cheltenham look to avenge their 4-1 defeat to Wimbledon earlier this season.
Cheltenham currently sit in second-place, but only on goal difference, and will be looking for a home win to enhance their title credentials.
Meanwhile, Luke Moore could return to spearhead AFC Wimbledon's attack.
The forward missed the Dons' 1-1 draw with Morecambe with a knee injury but was expected to train on Monday with a view to featuring against the Robins.
Fellow striker Jason Euell should also be available after playing more than an hour against the Shrimps despite a troublesome ankle problem.
Full-back Gareth Gwillim faces three weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring strain so teenager Chris Bush is expected to continue in defence.
Billy Knott should be among the substitutes once again but may not start due to an ankle problem while fellow midfielder Ricky Wellard has a similar injury and is two weeks from returning.
Jason Prior is back in light training following his knee injury but the trip comes too soon for the striker.