Bulman blow for Crawley
Dannie Bulman is Crawley's only absentee as they prepare for the visit of Stevenage.
Veteran midfielder Bulman remains sidelined with the fractured cheekbone he suffered against MK Dons on Boxing Day, but he hopes to return to action next month wearing a protective mask.
Boss John Gregory has an otherwise fully-fit squad to choose from and could hand a full debut to Gary Dicker.
Midfielder Dicker joined Town from Rochdale last week and came on as a late substitute in Saturday's 2-2 draw at Rotherham.
Michael Doughty should be back in the Stevenage squad.
QPR loanee Doughty has shaken off the knock which forced him to miss the weekend FA Cup defeat by Everton and returned to training on Monday. He could have been involved against Crewe on Tuesday night but the match was postponed.
Fellow midfielder Dean Parrett returned from a knee injury as a sub in the 4-0 loss on Saturday evening so he could start.
Boss Graham Westley has no new injury concerns and this week trimmed his squad by sending James Dunne on loan to St Johnstone and Oumare Tounkara to Grimsby.