Team news for Tuesday night's League One clash between Oldham and Walsall at Boundary Park.
James Wesolowski is a major injury doubt for Oldham.
Midfielder Wesolowski suffered a hamstring strain in a five-a-side training match on Friday, ruling him out of the 2-0 weekend defeat at MK Dons.
The 24-year-old is set to undergo a scan on Tuesday before boss Paul Dickov makes a final decision.
Wesolowski's absence at stadium:mk meant a debut for new signings Cristiano Montano, with Youssouf M'Changama reverting to central midfield to accommodate the former West Ham youngster on the left wing.
Dickov expects James Tarkowski to be fit to face the Saddlers despite a bruising afternoon in Milton Keynes for the 19-year-old centre-back.
Tarkowski required stitches in a wound above his eye following an aerial clash with Dean Lewington and is also nursing a dead leg.
A hamstring problem has ruled Febian Brandy out of Walsall's squad.
The 23-year-old striker managed only seven minutes as a second-half substitute before limping off in the Saddlers' 3-0 home defeat to Doncaster.
Manager Dean Smith has confirmed the player is suffering a hamstring injury and will certainly miss the clash against the Latics.
The Saddlers boss has also revealed the club are speaking to defender James Chambers about a long-term deal at the Banks' Stadium.
Chambers has been brought in to the side on non-contract terms as emergency cover for Richard Taundry, who pulled out of the weekend's defeat with a thigh injury.
Smith told the Express and Star: "We'll still be negotiating with James this week. Richard had pulled out with a thigh strain so we needed him and he stepped up to the plate for us."