Sheffield United boss Nigel Clough is hoping Ryan Flynn will return to action when Chesterfield visit.
Flynn has missed the last two games due to a hamstring problem, but trained this week and is expected to play some part.
Striker Matt Done (knee) has not yet returned to training after sitting out the previous two games and is aiming to be back in contention for the play-offs.
Terry Kennedy (knee) and fellow defender Jay McEveley (shoulder) have been struggling with injuries, while Clough revealed several others were nursing knocks and could be rested.
Chesterfield have no new problems as they attempt to win at Bramall Lane for the first time since January 1989.
Back-up goalkeeper Aaron Chapman (ankle) and full-back Drew Talbot (hamstring) remain the only absentees for Blues boss Paul Cook, who may give one or two fringe players a run out on Sunday.
Midfielder Michael Onovwigun is one such player who could feature while former Sheffield Wednesday striker Emmanuel Dieseruvwe might be included on the bench.
With Chapman out and Jonathan Flatt back at Wolves after his loan spell, Cook will hope his number one Tommy Lee comes through the game unscathed ahead of the play-off semi-finals next week.
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