Gary Johnson to keep changes to a minimum as Cheltenham face Carlisle
Cheltenham boss Gary Johnson will keep changes to a minimum to face Carlisle in Tuesday's League Two clash.
The Robins manager has a clean bill of health for the home encounter, fresh from a hard-fought 1-0 win at Leyton Orient.
Danny Wright will be pushing hard for a start though, having taken a seat on the bench at Orient.
Kyle Storer will also be eyeing the same step up after a half hour cameo in London.
Carlisle will be hoping for good news on a trio of players ahead of their trip to Whaddon Road.
First-choice centre-halves Shaun Brisley (head) and Michael Raynes (calf) came off injured at the weekend but manager Keith Curle is hopeful both will be cleared for action.
Striker Shaun Miller has been struggling with a knee problem but has a chance of returning to the squad.
Danny Grainger (ankle) and Jason Kennedy (groin) both remain sidelined.