Goalkeeper Elliot Parish could return to Accrington side for Luton cup clash
Goalkeeper Elliot Parish could make his return to Accrington's matchday squad for the FA Cup third-round home clash with Luton on Saturday.
Parish has missed the last three games due to a knee injury but has been back in training.
Jonathan Edwards and Harvey Rodgers, both of whom arrived from Hull on loan for the rest of the season on January 1, are set to be involved.
Edwards made his debut off the bench in Monday's 2-2 draw with Hartlepool, while Rodgers was an unused substitute for that game.
Luton's Nathan Jones will be forced to make changes to his team after midfielder Cameron McGeehan was ruled out for the long term having undergone surgery after breaking his leg.
Jake Gray and Jordan Cook are among those in contention to replace McGeehan as Luton's leading attacking midfielder.
Danny Hilton is also expected to start, despite suffering a knock on his back.
Owing to respective leg and Achilles problems, midfielders Danny Green and Nathan Doyle remain injury doubts.