MK Dons may check on Luke Chadwick.
Chadwick hurt a knee in the warm-up against Hartlepool on Saturday but played through the pain barrier for 70 minutes at Victoria Park before being substituted.
He will be assessed but fellow midfielder Darren Potter will continue to miss out because of illness.
Stephen Gleeson is likely to go straight back into the Dons' midfield after completing a two-match suspension while defender Gary MacKenzie is also available again after his four-game ban.
Charlie MacDonald remains a doubt with the knee injury that ruled him out against Hartlepool while fellow forward Dean Bowditch is rated 50/50 to face his former club after an ankle knock sidelined him at the weekend.
Yeovil will be without the suspended Kieran Agard.
The forward serves the final match of a three-game ban following his dismissal in the 3-2 victory over Colchester on February 18.
Full-back Nathan Jones will also be absent for the Somerset side with an ankle injury, as manager Gary Johnson looks for his first victory on the road since returning to Huish Park on January 9.
Otherwise, the Glovers are injury and suspension-free for the trip to stadium:mk.
Johnson told the Western Daily Press: "We have got to perform for 90 minutes and then maybe we will see what a very good team we are, but at the moment I can see why they lacked confidence in the early part of the season."
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