Leyton Orient have no new injury worries.
Boss Russell Slade has named the same starting line-up for the last two matches and was rewarded with 1-0 wins over Swindon and Brentford.
The O's also had the weekend off to rest any niggles after the Bees clash was brought forward to Thursday.
On-loan Stoke striker Ryan Brunt has given Slade a selection dilemma by climbing off the bench to hit the winner in that game.
Full-back Lloyd James is still struggling with an ankle injury and is likely to miss out again, while centre-half Scott Cuthbert (hamstring) and goalkeeper Jamie Jones (shoulder) will be out for another month.
Striker David Mooney was on the bench on Thursday after recovering from a hamstring problem.
Yeovil's Korey Smith is pushing for a place in Gary Johnson's starting XI.
The on-loan Norwich midfielder made his debut as a second-half substitute on Saturday.
The 21-year-old, who has plenty of npower League One experience having made 40 appearances for the Canaries side which won the division in the 2009/10 season, moved to the Glovers on a three-month deal last week and is aiming to use his time at Huish Park to impress his parent club.
Elsewhere Johnson could also be boosted by the availability of Gavin Williams after the midfielder returned to training last week following a calf problem.
While Byron Webster will again start alongside Richard Hinds in the heart of the Yeovil defence.