Chesterfield have no new problems ahead of the trip to Walsall in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy.
Summer signing Dwayne Mattis, who has scored three goals this season, could play against his former club.
Boss John Sheridan will field a strong team as he looks to maintain momentum following an unbeaten start to the League Two campaign, but the likes of Scott Boden, Jordan Bowery and Tendayi Darikwa could be given run-outs at some stage during the first-round tie.
Dan Gray and Dean Morgan are also options for Sheridan should he wish to makes changes to the side that drew at Macclesfield on Saturday.
On-loan midfielder Ian Morris (ankle) and defender Robert Page (Achilles) remain unavailable, while Gregor Robertson has resumed training and is making good progress in his recovery from a double leg break.