Farid El Alagui is in line to make his full debut for Brentford.
The striker, a summer signing from Falkirk, has been struggling with a tight hamstring and was not risked from the start of Saturday's 0-0 draw at Bury, but he proved his fitness by coming on for the last half an hour.
Winger Sam Saunders partnered Clayton Donaldson up front at Gigg Lane but he will move back out wide if El Alugai starts.
Manager Uwe Rosler also hopes to bring in a new attacking player after letting Myles Weston move to Gillingham.
The Bees have no new injury worries but midfielder Jake Reeves is still suspended following his red card at Walsall last weekend.
Yeovil boss Gary Johnson could be without Gozie Ugwu.
The striker had to be withdrawn during Saturday's 1-1 draw with Coventry after picking up a knock and will face a late fitness test.
Winger Keanu Marsh-Brown replaced him in that fixture and may deputise again if Ugwu is unavailable.
Striker Lewis Young offers further attacking options for Johnson should he wish to install a natural forward alongside James Hayter.
Rohan Ince (shin) and Gavin Williams (calf) had both been expected to return against the Sky Blues but failed to recover in time. The duo are expected to return on the bench.
Johnson will be hoping to have additional bodies available after naming two less substitutes in their first two games of the season.