Accrington boss John Coleman could be forced into making changes for his team's trip to Doncaster in the Carling Cup.
Coleman saw his team open their campaign with a 0-0 stalemate against Aldershot but has doubts over his attacking options.
Striker Craig Linfield missed the draw against the Shots thanks to a knock and Coleman will wait on the 21-year-old's availability.
The Stanley boss also has concerns over fellow front man Rory Boulding, who limped off in stoppage time of the weekend's encounter.
Coleman told the club's official website: "It's sod's law but we'll have to try our best and see what we can come up with for Tuesday."
Andy Parkinson and Chris Turner may come in should the pair fail to pull through with Coleman still looking to strengthen his squad in the transfer market.