Ben Reeves is expected to be back in contention for MK Dons when they host fellow play-off contenders Peterborough.
Reeves was replaced in the starting line-up at Notts County on Tuesday night by the fit-again Stephen Gleeson after suffering a hamstring injury on the morning of the game. His return, combined with Gleeson's and the performances of Alan Smith and Dele Alli in the past two matches, presents Dons boss Karl Robinson with a selection dilemma in midfield.
The Milton Keynes club have received international clearance for Mark Randall after the former Arsenal youngster agreed a deal with his hometown club until the end of the season, while Robinson is also trying to sign a striker on loan in time for Saturday's crucial clash with Posh.
The Dons go into the game three points behind Peterborough, who currently occupy the final play-off spot in League One. Victory by a two-goal margin would see Robinson's men replace Posh in the top six.
Lloyd Isgrove is added to the Peterborough squad for the trip to fellow play-off contenders MK Dons.
The Wales Under-21 international winger joined Posh this week on loan from Southampton on a deal that will run until the end of the regular League One season on May 3.
With midfielder Danny Swanson serving the final game of his two-match suspension and striker Kyle Vassell (toe) still out injured, Isgrove's inclusion should be the only changes to manager Darren Ferguson's squad.
Peterborough head to stadiummk currently occupying the final play-off spot but defeat by a two-goal margin in Milton Keynes will see the Dons replace them in the top six.