Yeovil boss Terry Skiverton has no fresh injury concerns for the clash with high-flying Huddersfield at Huish Park.
Injury-prone midfielder Andy Welsh will again be missing with the groin problem that has kept him out of the last four games.
Striker Dean Bowditch was recalled to the starting line-up for Tuesday's 1-0 home defeat by Brighton following his injury problems and should keep his place.
Defender Adam Virgo is likely to be named among the substitutes again as he awaits the birth of his first child.
On-loan QPR forward Antonio German made his third sub appearance against the Seagulls and is set to be alongside Virgo on the bench as he waits patiently for his first start.
Town have lost four out of their last five home matches and have the bluntest attack in League One at home having only scored 15 goals in 15 games on their own patch so far this season.
Huddersfield manager Lee Clark is expected to name the same side that started in the midweek win at Hartlepool for the trip to Yeovil.
The Terriers extended their unbeaten league run to 12 matches on Tuesday night and Clark has no new injury or suspension worries.
Left-back Gary Naysmith remains sidelined with a calf injury, but striker Jordan Rhodes could return to the starting line-up following the illness which kept him out at Hartlepool.
Fellow forward Danny Cadamarteri missed out in midweek due to a back problem and may also return to contention.
Goalkeeper Alex Smithies has been included on the bench in recent weeks following a long-term knee injury and he may have to bide his time before replacing veteran Ian Bennett in the starting line-up.
Clark's side remain two points behind second-placed Bournemouth in the race for automatic promotion.