Duo face late fitness checks for Yeovil
Artur Krysiak and Kevin Dawson will be assessed ahead of Yeovil's Sky Bet League Two clash against Stevenage on Saturday.
Goalkeeper Krysiak has been sidelined for the last three games due to an ankle injury sustained in training.
Jonny Maddison is set to continue in goal if the Polish stopper is unavailable.
Dawson, meanwhile, has struggled with a leg injury and Glovers boss Darren Way will make a late decision on the Irish midfielder.
Stevenage travel to Yeovil looking to keep their play-off hopes alive by addressing a slump in form at just the wrong time.
Boro have taken just one point from their last four games and sit seventh in the table, with top goalscorer Matt Godden out for the season with a broken toe.
Darren Sarll must now decide whether to stick with 19-year-old Kaylen Hinds as his striker, even though the Arsenal loanee is yet to score in 13 appearances.
He does have other attacking options, with Ben Kennedy having come on to replace Hinds in the defeat to eighth-placed Mansfield last time out.