Michael Raynes available as Carlisle face Yeovil
Carlisle will have defender Michael Raynes available for the League Two clash with Yeovil.
Raynes was staring at a three-match ban after his red card against Luton but received a boost as it was rescinded on appeal.
Midfielder Joe McKee has been ruled out for around three weeks by a hamstring injury while Mike Jones and Danny Grainger will both be assessed after sustaining knocks at Kenilworth Road.
That could mean a contract extension for Derek Asamoah, whose deal is currently due to run out after Saturday's match, while Jabo Ibehre is close to returning from his back problem.
Yeovil boss Darren Way could stick with the same starting XI that played in the defeat to Barnet.
Artur Krysiak, Alex Lawless, Otis Khan and Tom Eaves all returned last weekend and - with a fully-fit squad to choose from - the Glovers may remain unchanged.
Meanwhile, Matty Dolan (hamstring) and Darren Ward (knee) both remain long-term absentees.
The Glovers look to bounce back after their eight-match unbeaten run came to an end against the Bees.