Lolley hoping for Terriers chance
Huddersfield striker Joe Lolley is hoping to make his first start for the club in the home game against Yorkshire rivals Barnsley.
Lolley has made just two substitute appearances since arriving from Kidderminster in January, but was a half-time substitute in last week's home defeat to Sheffield Wednesday and is pushing for his full debut.
Leading goalscorer James Vaughan remains a fortnight away from a return after missing the last two games due to a calf strain and defender Joel Lynch is expected to be out for another month following surgery to resolve a groin problem.
Boss Mark Robins has no new injury or suspension problems as his side chase their third win in eight league matches.
Barnsley manager Danny Wilson is expected to select his starting line-up from an unchanged squad.
Wilson has no new injury or suspension worries following last week's home win against relegation rivals Millwall, with only Bobby Hassell ruled out due to a long-term calf injury.
Winger Brek Shea, on loan from Stoke, plus midfielders Stephen Dawson, Martin Woods and Liam Lawrence are all pushing for recalls.
The Reds, second from bottom and two points from safety, are bidding for back-to-back wins for the first time this season.