The duo continue to be troubled by their respective knee and groin injuries, although both are expected to return in the near future.
Sean O’Hanlon is likely to be involved as he continues his comeback from a cruciate knee injury.
O’Hanlon came off the bench to make his first appearance of the season in last weekend’s 1-0 defeat to Yeovil.
The defender remains some way from full fitness but should be named among the substitutes after coming through an hour of a midweek training game unscathed.
Darren Powell remains on the sidelines with a knee problem of his own but manager Paul Ince has no other injury or suspension concerns as his side look to reignite their play-off push.