Henry missing for Wolves
Wolves will be without James Henry when they welcome Oldham to Molineux for their FA Cup first-round replay.
The on-loan Millwall winger sustained a groin injury in the closing stages of Saturday's 1-0 win over Notts County and looks set to be out for the next three weeks.
Kevin Doyle is still away on international duty with the Republic of Ireland squad, while Michael Jacobs, on loan from Derby, is ineligible.
Goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has returned from international duty but is not eligible because he was not with Wolves when the initial tie took place.
Oldham duo Charlie MacDonald and Matteo Lanzoni may be available.
The duo returned to full training with their team-mates on Monday, after ankle and hamstring injuries respectively, meaning boss Lee Johnson could have the luxury of a fully-fit squad available to him for the tricky trip.
The Latics will still be without the three fringe players whose absentees caused their League One clash with MK Dons on Saturday to be postponed.
Carl Winchester and Kirk Millar have a Northern Ireland Under-21 match against Cyprus on Monday while Edijs Joksts' Latvia Under-21s play Croatia on Tuesday.