No new worries for Magpies
Notts County have no new problems ahead of the visit of MK Dons.
Magpies manager Shaun Derry could name an unchanged team after his starting line-up, all 11 of whom also finished the game on Saturday, impressed during the goalless home draw with Leyton Orient.
That means midfielder Gary Liddle and defenders Dean Leacock and Mustapha Dumbuya would retain their places after returning from injury against the O's. Liddle had not played since December because of ankle ligament damage but he lasted the full 90 minutes.
James Spencer will complete a three-match suspension but Derry has the likes of Tyrell Waite, Ronan Murray, Mark Fotheringham and Haydn Hollis to call on should he want to make any changes.
MK Dons do not expect to have any new problems for the clash.
Jordan Spence received treatment for an ankle injury for around five minutes during the second half of the dramatic victory over Swindon on Saturday but the defender completed the game at the County Ground and should be fit for Tuesday night.
Larnell Cole's withdrawal at half-time against the Robins was thought to be tactical and the midfielder should also be in the squad that makes the short journey up the M1.
Mark Randall may be an addition to the group. The former Arsenal youngster has been training with the Dons and has agreed a deal with his hometown club until the end of the season.