On-loan Nottingham Forest full-back Brendan Moloney has recovered from the hamstring injury that has ruled him out for much of the month.
Following another eventful week at Meadow Lane which has seen director of football Sven-Goran Eriksson linked with the Swedish national team job and the club's takeover finally ratified by the Football League, Kevan is keen to get back to on-field matters.
"Things have been a bit hectic recently and you do your best not to let it affect the players, but it is nice to have a home game and be back in front of our own fans," said Kevan.
County have drawn their last three league matches and Kevan has emphasised the importance of ending that run with a victory on Saturday.
He added: "It's important that we win our home games and pick up points where we can on the road - like we did at Rotherham last week. Three points would keep us in that leading pack at the top of the table and in a healthy position."