The centre-back has served his three-match ban for his red card at Sheffield Wednesday and will now try and win back his place from Everton loanee Shane Duffy whose debut against Bolton on Saturday was described as "strong" by his new manager.
While Liam Fontaine and Marek Stech remain out, fit-again Paddy Madden came through his return to action unscathed as the Glovers climbed out of the relegation zone with a welcome point.
Captain Jamie McAllister missed the 1-1 draw after suffering a knock in training and he will be assessed ahead of the clash with Nigel Pearson's men.
Leicester, meanwhile, have no new problems as they prepare to travel to Yeovil.
Foxes boss Nigel Pearson named an unchanged starting line up for the fourth Sky Bet Championship game in a row against Barnsley on Saturday, although he did make eight changes last week for the Capital One Cup win over Derby.
After beating the Tykes 2-1, there is a strong possibility Pearson could stick with the same side again. Should he wish to make changes, the likes of Dean Hammond, Matty James, Jeff Schlupp, Gary Taylor-Fletcher, Ignasi Miquel and Marcin Wasilewski are available.
Centre-half Sean St. Ledger (knee) and striker Chris Wood (hamstring) are
likely to remain on the sidelines as they recover from injury.