AFC Wimbledon will be without Kevin Sainte-Luce for their final home game of the season against Morecambe.
The winger has still not managed to shake off the knee injury he suffered in training two weeks ago.
Rhys Weston (knee) and Charlie Strutton (broken leg) are long-term absentees but boss Neal Ardley has an otherwise strong squad available after Alan Bennett, Andy Frampton and Tom Richards all shook off knocks over the last couple of weeks.
Striker Charlie Sheringham has had his loan at Conference side Salisbury extended so he can play in their final match on Saturday.
Midfielder Andy Fleming will be back in Morecambe’s ranks when Jim Bentley’s side visit AFC Wimbledon in Sky Bet League Two.
Fleming has served a three-match suspension following his dismissal against Mansfield but comes back for the final two fixtures as the Shrimps, already on 50 points, bid to confirm their Football League status for next season.
Defender Ryan Edwards, who initially moved to the Globe Arena on a one-month loan, is also available having extended his stay from Blackburn for the remainder of the campaign.
Midfielder Stewart Drummond is likely to miss out again with a toe problem while full-back Shaun Beeley is a doubt after coming off five minutes into the second half of Monday’s 2-1 loss to Hartlepool.