Preston boss Graham Westley will weigh up several possible changes for the game.
The Lilywhites were beaten 3-1 by Middlesbrough in the Capital One Cup in midweek and Westley may look to freshen things up.
Young forward Jeffrey Monakana was handed a start against Boro but may have to settle for a place on the bench, with Akpo Sodje and Stuart Beavon in line to start in attack.
Midfielder Keith Keane could not prove his fitness in time to play last time out but he may make the bench this time.
Lee Trundle continues to miss out with a knee injury and fellow striker Chris Beardsley (hamstring) is doubtful, while a gashed leg prevents Lee Holmes from returning to first-team action.
Yeovil could include defender Dan Burn in their squad.
The 20-year-old centre-back has joined on a one-month youth loan from Premier League side Fulham and is in manager Gary Johnson's thoughts for the trip to Deepdale.
Johnson has no injury or suspension concerns to mull over as he tries to plot a way to end a run of four successive losses.
Midfielder Gavin Williams returned to the fray against Sheffield United last weekend and has shown no reaction to the calf problem which had kept him out.
The Glovers will definitely be without versatile teenager Rohan Ince.
His spell at Huish Park was cut short when Chelsea recalled him from a loan deal.