Dean Bowditch available for MK Dons
Dean Bowditch is back in contention for MK Dons as they prepare to host Gillingham.
The forward missed the goalless draw at Port Vale through illness but he has since resumed training and is available again.
Dons boss Robbie Neilson had a couple of unnamed players miss training during the early part of the week, but they are also back with the group.
Chuks Aneke looks like being the only absentee, with the midfielder likely to miss the remainder of the season with a hamstring injury.
Gillingham will have defender Zesh Rehman available again following a one-match suspension.
Czech goalkeeper Tomas Holy could retain his place ahead of Stuart Nelson after being handed a debut in last weekend's 1-0 home defeat by Peterborough.
On-loan Bournemouth winger Harry Cornick is pushing for a start having made his first appearance as a substitute, and striker Joe Quigley is back from international duty with the Republic of Ireland Under-21s.
Midfielder Scott Wagstaff (Achilles) will be assessed, along with forward Rory Donnelly, who came off at half-time against Posh after suffering from conjunctivitis. Chris Herd (knee) and defender Bradley Garmston (hamstring) continue their recoveries, with Aaron Morris (knee) a long-term absentee.