Team news for Monday's League Two clash between Oxford United and Torquay at the Kassam Stadium.
Oxford will be without the suspended Michael Duberry.
Duberry was sent off in the dying stages of the 2-1 defeat at Northampton on Good Friday for two bookable offences and serves a one-match ban for the visit of the Gulls.
Andrew Whing, who dropped out of the starting line-up to accommodate Duberry at Northampton, is likely to return to the centre of defence in place of the veteran.
Peter Leven was stretchered off with a serious-looking leg injury at Sixfields and is set to miss out.
Harry Worley picked up an ankle injury in the 2-0 win at Accrington recently and remains a doubt, while Tony Capaldi is close to making his debut after shrugging off a knee complaint.
Tom Craddock (knee) is also on the mend but will not be available to face the Cobblers and Alfie Potter is out for the season with a broken ankle.
Torquay, meanwhile, are sweating over the fitness of Rene Howe and Damon Lathrope.
Striker Howe has been carrying a knee injury of late, but played 80 minutes of the 1-0 victory over Accrington on Good Friday, while midfielder Lathrope is nursing an ankle knock but managed 66 minutes of the win against Stanley.
Both players are unlikely to train before the contest and the Gulls will make a late decision on whether or not to include the duo in their matchday squad.
On-loan Walsall forward Ryan Jarvis will be hoping for a recall should Lathrope not be fit to feature, while Taiwo Atieno is a ready replacement for Howe if he fails to make it.
Otherwise, Torquay manager Martin Ling has a fully-fit squad at his disposal as his side look to consolidate second place in the League Two table.