Bury boss Alan Knill is again without striker Andy Bishop for the home clash with neighbours Accrington.
The highly-rated forward, who has been struggling with tendonitis, returned to training on Monday but suffered a reaction in his knees the following day.
That meant he missed out on Tuesday night's thrilling penalty shoot-out victory over Shrewsbury, but Knill has no other injury or suspension concerns.
Knill made a number of changes in midweek and could now recall key defender Efe Sodje, midfielder Steven Schumacher and striker Ryan Lowe to the starting line-up.
He said: "Accrington are a dangerous side, they have good players, they play good football and play with a freedom.
"We have to combat that and allow our qualities to come out."