Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Accrington Stanley and Northampton Town at Crown Ground.
Bobby Grant is poised to make his second debut for Accrington.
Grant rejoined Stanley on a one-month emergency loan from Scunthorpe on Thursday having scored 19 goals in 77 appearances for the club before moving to Glanford Park in summer 2010.
Elsewhere, Paul Cook still has a raft of injury problems to deal with as he searches for his first win since replacing John Coleman as manager six games ago.
Right-back Danny Coid remains on the sidelines with an ankle problem sustained during the 2-2 draw with Port Vale earlier this month, while on-loan Charlton striker Michael Smith returned to his parent club earlier this week after a knee injury ruled him out for the season.
Ian Craney (ankle) could return in midfield, where veteran playmaker Michael Hughes is still absent with a hamstring complaint. In defence, captain Dean Winnard (ankle), Sean Hessey (hamstring) and Ian Burton (hernia) are all out.
Meanwhile, Northampton manager Aidy Boothroyd will be able to call upon new signing Anthony Charles.
Charles this week signed a short-term deal until the end of the season but the defender was not registered in time to feature against Dagenham on Tuesday night.
Boothroyd named an unchanged team in London so he is likely to freshen things up at the weekend.
Defender Byron Webster and forwards Lewis Young, Jake Robinson and Brett Williams are among the options available to the Cobblers boss.
Northampton recorded a third straight win at Dagenham and Boothroyd said: "We want to finish the season as strongly as we can and make sure we are out of any trouble, but we are not out of it yet. On Saturday we want to continue the form we are in.
"We are not going to get excited with 19th place. It is a little bit embarrassing to be excited with 19th, and I'm not being big time but I don't want to be 19th. I want to be further up the table."