However, the Valiants boss admitted his side looked a bit jaded during Saturday's 0-0 draw against Bradford at Valley Parade and may opt to include one or two new faces in his starting XI to freshen things up.
Latest recruit Claus Jorgensen could possibly be in contention for more game time, with highly-rated striker James Lawrie another who may get a look in.
Adams will be desperate to pick up his first league victory in
charge of the Burslem outfit following their opening-day 1-1 home draw against Rochdale and the Carling Cup triumph at Sheffield United.
Yet he is unlikely to change the 3-5-2 formation that has served Vale so well to date this season, producing a much stronger side to the one that flirted with relegation last term under the more orthodox 4-4-2.
Goalkeeper Joe Anyon remains sidelined with a broken leg sustained last season.