Gulls wait on Labadie decision
Torquay could have Joss Labadie available once more as they host Bury at Plainmoor.
The former Notts County midfielder will decide in the build up to kick off whether to appeal his suspension for violent conduct against Chesterfield last month, which would allow his inclusion in the side.
With Labadie facing a 10-game ban and with just 10 games remaining he would not feature again this season for the Gulls should he decide not to appeal.
Striker Elliot Benyon fell ill the night before their 1-0 loss to Cheltenham but is expected to be available and boss Chris Hargreaves has to decide whether to recall the former Southend man or stick with Jayden Stockley.
Bury boss David Flitcroft is hopeful free-scoring forward Daniel Nardiello can return to their starting line-up.
The ex-Rotherham striker has scored four times in his last four appearances yet missed the weekend's stalemate at Southend because he pulled a muscle stretching in the draw with Fleetwood.
He was rated as 50-50 at the weekend so Flitcroft is hoping the extra few days will help him. It will certainly aid the Shakers' attacking options following the news Anton Forrester's loan spell from Blackburn is over after he ruptured cruciate ligaments in his knee.
The fixture likely comes too soon for captain Craig Jones (hamstring) while midfielder Tommy Miller is considered very doubtful with thigh and ankle problems. Flitcroft must decide whether to start Reice Charles-Cook ahead of Brian Jensen after the former came on at half-time against Southend.