Troy returns for Robins
Swindon defender Troy Archibald-Henville could return to the side when they host Sheffield United.
The former Tottenham defender was rested for their 2-1 win at Tranmere in midweek and could step back into the starting line-up, but the Robins are still without a number of players.
Midfielder Alex Pritchard serves the final game of his three-match ban while Ryan Mason and Nile Ranger are long-term injury absentees.
Ryan Harley, (hip) Nathan Byrne (hamstring) and Louis Thompson (ankle) did not travel to Prenton Park and will be assessed in the build up to kick-off and while Grant Hall has returned to training, the clash with the Blades comes too soon for the defender.
United manager Nigel Clough has another defensive crisis.
Clough, recently short of left-backs, will be without suspended centre-half Harry Maguire, who starts a two-game ban for reaching 10 yellow cards, while Matt Hill remains sidelined with a hamstring injury and Terry Kennedy has a knee problem.
Another defender, Bob Harris, is still struggling with a thigh strain, so Kieron Freeman will continue at the back, while teenage midfielder Connor Dimaio hopes to feature again after making his debut as a late substitute in the midweek win at Crawley.
The FA Cup semi-finalists have won eight of their last 10 league matches.