Swindon striker Nile Ranger could be set for a Robins recall when they welcome high-flying Leyton Orient.
Ranger was given time off by the Robins to address his legal situation but has since returned to training and could be involved against Russell Slade's men.
Without the former Newcastle striker Swindon set up in a 4-6-0 formation for their 2-1 victory at Colchester and it remains to be seen whether Mark Cooper will stick or twist.
Wes Foderingham will continue in goal having come through his return to action after injury unscathed while midfielder Alex Pritchard is pushing for a recall.
Romain Vincelot and Josh Wright will be added to the Leyton Orient squad for the trip to Swindon.
Vincelot missed last weekend's home defeat by Preston after the FA hit him with an extra one-game ban after deciding he had deliberately got himself booked against Southport in the FA Cup in order to serve a suspension in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy rather than a league match.
Fellow midfielder Wright has joined the O's on loan from Millwall to replace QPR loanee Frankie Sutherland, who suffered a cruciate injury against Southport.
Mathieu Baudry is set to return at centre-half after coming on as a substitute against Preston following three weeks out with a knee injury.