Cheltenham manager Mark Yates has a fully-fit squad to select from for the trip to second-placed Bury, although whether he decides to call upon Martin Riley remains to be seen.
The centre-back is back in full training and has been working hard having spent three weeks on the sidelines with his niggling hamstring injury.
Yet Yates said: "It may just be a little too early for him but we`ll wait and see."
Otherwise, the Robins boss has no concerns as he looks to turn Town`s fortunes around following just one win in 11 games, a sequence which has seen them slip out of the play-off picture.
Right-back Keith Lowe (ankle) returned for last weekend`s 2-1 home defeat against Aldershot and suffered no ill effects, while midfielder David Bird is now also fully over his calf problem.