Orient monitoring duo
Leyton Orient will check on Romain Vincelot and Dean Cox ahead of the visit of Gillingham.
Midfielder Vincelot missed last weekend's 1-1 draw at Sheffield United with a foot injury and winger Cox, who scored Orient's goal, went off with a knee knock but boss Russell Slade hopes both will be fit.
With his side guaranteed a play-off spot but 10 points off the automatic promotion pace, Slade could make changes as he looks for a first win in six matches so the likes of David Mooney, Chris Dagnall and Gary Sawyer will be pushing for recalls.
Midfielder Marvin Bartley is set to miss out again with a hamstring injury.
Gillingham will be without Ryan Inniss.
The defender was forced off with a hamstring injury in the midweek defeat to Peterborough and has since gone back to Crystal Palace.
Leon Legge (hamstring) and Danny Kedwell (knee) could return to the matchday squad after making good progress in training but Chris Whelpdale (ankle) is unlikely to make his comeback.
Peter Taylor's side could all but secure another season in Sky Bet League One with victory at the Matchroom Stadium.