Leyton Orient will check on Darius Henderson ahead of the clash with Sheffield United.
Henderson has missed the O’s last two matches, defeats to MK Dons and Rochdale, due to a hamstring injury.
Fellow striker Kevin Lisbie has an ankle problem while goalkeeper Adam Legzdins (shoulder) and midfielder Romain Vincelot (knee) are long-term absentees.
But defender Scott Cuthbert could return to the squad after missing the Rochdale game following the birth of his daughter.
United defender Bob Harris could return to contention following a groin injury.
Harris has played no part in the Blades’ last three games but was scheduled to return to full training on Friday and hopes to be included in boss Nigel Clough’s plans.
But Clough will be without Terry Kennedy (knee) and fellow defender Jay McEveley (shoulder), while midfielders Ryan Flynn (hamstring) and Matt Done (groin) will be rested with the play-offs in mind.
The Blades need one more point from their final two games to be assured of a top-six finish.
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