Manager Lee Bradbury has no new injury worries for Bournemouth.
Steven Gregory (groin) and Shaun Cooper (knee) came through the 2-2 draw with MK Dons last week without aggravating their injuries, and both will feature again.
Bradbury is also looking to give new signing Charlie Sheringham a chance to shine at some stage.
Sheringham signed from non-league side Dartford on Thursday, and the striker is likely to be named on the bench in place of Steve Fletcher.
The Cherries will be hoping to continue their recent revival which has seen them embark on a four-match unbeaten run following a shaky start to the season.
The south-coast side climbed out of the relegation places with their point at stadium:mk and will look to pull further away from the danger zone.
Steven Schumacher and Mark Hughes could make their long-awaited returns to the Bury starting line-up.
Club captain Schumacher has appeared from the bench in the Shakers’ last two games after missing seven weeks with a calf strain.
Defender Hughes was sidelined for eight weeks with a hamstring problem but he was thrust into action as a substitute early in the first half against Leyton Orient when Ashley Eastham was withdrawn with a twisted ankle.
Eastham is a doubt but even if he is available, manager Richie Barker could choose to welcome both Hughes and Schumacher back into his starting XI.
The trip to Dean Court might have been David Amoo’s last game in a Bury shirt but he has extended his loan spell from Liverpool until the beginning of January.