Michael Bostwick set for 200th Peterborough appearance
Peterborough manager Grant McCann has no fresh injury or suspension concerns as his side welcomes Bolton in Sky Bet League One on Sunday.
Michael Bostwick is expected to make his 200th appearance for the club since he joined Posh in 2012.
Gwion Edwards could be recalled to the starting XI after coming on as a substitute in their FA Cup first-round win over Chesham last weekend.
Jermaine Anderson (anterior cruciate ligament injury) is Posh's only long-term absentee.
Bolton have Josh Vela and Max Clayton back in the mix, with both having featured in Tuesday's 1-0 Checkatrade Trophy loss at Cheltenham.
Midfielder Vela had missed the previous game, the 1-0 FA Cup win over Grimsby on Saturday, through suspension, while striker Clayton's run-out from the bench against Cheltenham marked his return to first-team action after a year out through injury.
It remains to be seen whether Derik, sidelined recently by a knock, will be involved this weekend's contest, which looks to be too soon for Tom Thorpe (ankle) to make his comeback.
Jay Spearing (calf) is definitely ruled out along with Darren Pratley (broken leg) and Mark Davies (knee).