Changes could be in the offing for Burton.
Caretaker manager Gary Rowett believes there is 'a lack of honesty' in the Albion ranks at the moment after seeing his side capitulate and fall to a 4-0 defeat at AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Rowett admitted after that loss - which extended Burton's winless run to 16 matches - that Jack Dyer was unlucky not to be included in the matchday 16 and the young midfielder is expected to come back into the reckoning.
Albion were without Adam Legzdins against the Dons. The goalkeeper was a surprise omission from the team after failing to recover from a hip problem picked up on his first appearance back at the club. It remains to be seen whether the on-loan Derby man will be fit for Tuesday night.
Midfielder John McGrath (foot) and striker Calvin Zola will remain sidelined though.
Meanwhile, Charlie Lee and Danny Spiller return from suspension but will be assessed having both picked up slight injuries.
Lee and Spiller completed respective three-match bans with Saturday's 2-2 draw at Bradford but may have to wait for their comebacks, with manager Andy Hessenthaler to decide whether they are risked at the Pirelli Stadium.
Leading scorer Danny Kedwell was unavailable at the weekend due to a back problem and is set to miss out again, with on-loan striker Rowan Vine still waiting to make his full debut having appeared as a late substitute against the Bantams.
Garry Richards (fractured leg), Curtis Weston, Adam Birchall (both knee), Gavin Tomlin (hamstring) and Callum Davies (hand) all remain sidelined.
Play-off chasing Gills will be looking to make the most of their game in hand against a Burton side who have lost eight successive games, scoring once during that period, and have not won in 16 stretching back to Boxing Day.
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