David Flitcroft may consider changes in attack as Bury look to recover from a midweek loss when they entertain AFC Wimbledon.
The Shakers would have gone third had they beaten Southend on Tuesday night at the JD Stadium, but a 1-0 defeat saw them slip to fifth and Flitcroft may think about tinkering with the forward line of Ryan Lowe and Daniel Nardiello.
Lowe, 36, and Nardiello, 32, have both been troubled by injury at points in this season and Flitcroft does have Bolton loanee Tom Eaves and former Barnsley forward Danny Rose as options in his attacking arsenal.
Cheltenham have sent Pablo Mills back from his loan spell but he is unlikely to break into a defence which has conceded just one goal in their past four fixtures.
Wimbledon have been boosted by the returns of Jack Smith and Alfie Potter.
Full-back Smith and winger Potter resumed full training this week after missing the goalless draw against Wycombe due to groin injuries and should be added to the squad.
Defender Callum Kennedy is therefore the Dons’ only injury absentee due to a thigh problem.
Youngsters Ben Harrison, Tom Beere, Ryan Sweeney and David Fitzpatrick are set to be in the squad again with boss Neal Ardley looking ahead to next season.
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