Cheltenham boosted by return of Kyle Storer
Cheltenham will have Kyle Storer available again after suspension for the visit of Morecambe.
The midfielder has served a four-match ban and the Robins will be glad to have him back after losing all four games in his absence.
Assistant boss Russ Milton will again be in charge of the team as manager Gary Johnson recovers from heart surgery, although Johnson hopes to attend and sit in the stands.
Daniel O'Shaughnessy has missed the last two matches and the defender's foot injury will continue to be assessed.
Morecambe, who are looking to halt a six-game losing streak, have back-up goalkeeper Danijel Nizic available to return to the matchday squad.
Nizic has missed the Shrimps' last two outings due to being on international duty with Australia Under-23s.
It remains to be seen if defender Ryan Edwards is back involved after he sat out the 3-1 loss to Mansfield last weekend.
And the same applies to midfielder Alex Kenyon (knee), who has been absent from the first team since the middle of February.