Double boost for Dons
Aaron Morris and Will Antwi are expected to be fit for AFC Wimbledon's clash with Rochdale.
Morris was forced off against Oxford last weekend with a groin injury but has returned to training, while fellow defender Antwi should be able to shake off a hamstring strain.
Full-back Callum Kennedy will miss out again, although he has had an injection in his ankle and hopes to be back in training next week.
Centre-half Andy Frampton remains sidelined after dislocating his shoulder and midfielder Peter Sweeney is out with a broken bone in his foot.
Latest signing George Porter hopes to make his first appearance for Rochdale.
The ex-Burnley striker, who spent the first half of the season on loan at AFC Wimbledon, joined Dale on a short-term deal last week and was an unused substitute in the home defeat to Dagenham.
Midfielder Peter Cavanagh (hamstring) and centre-half Olly Lancashire both remain doubtful due to the respective injuries that kept them out last week.
Manager Keith Hill has no other new injury or suspension problems as his promotion-chasers bid for their first league win in three matches.