AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley may ring changes for FA Cup clash with Bury
AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley may ring changes to his side as they prepare for their fourth fixture in 11 days when they take on Bury in an FA Cup first-round replay.
Defender Darius Charles is still a doubt as he recovers from a thigh injury and could be rested ahead of Saturday's league clash against the Shakers.
Tuesday may see Dominic Poleon earn a start after recovering from a groin injury to come off the bench against Oldham at the weekend.
Jon Meades is still sidelined through injury while Tom Beere and Tyrone Barnett are pushing for starts, the latter after dropping to the bench on Saturday.
Bury came through Saturday's 4-1 home loss to Southend without sustaining any fresh injuries to add to their already-lengthy list.
The Shakers currently have seven players unavailable due to fitness issues.
Kean Bryan, Ishmael Miller and Chris Brown are sidelined by thigh, hamstring and knee problems respectively.
Nathan Cameron (knee), Kelvin Etuhu (fibula), Tom Pope (punctured lung/ribs) and Craig Jones (thigh) are long-term absentees.