Gwion Edwards will be available for Crawley against Carlisle after extending his loan spell from Swansea for the final two games of the season.
Edwards has impressed during his four appearances for Town, scoring two goals, but fellow winger Jeffrey Monakana’s loan has not been as successful and he has returned to parent club Brighton.
Midfielder Andy Drury needs a fitness test after missing the last two matches while striker Billy Clarke remains sidelined with a broken hand.
Full-back Paul Connolly completes his five-match ban for confronting a Brentford fan earlier this month, meaning he can play in the final match against Bristol City on Saturday.
Carlisle will be without Gary Madine while Nacho Novo is also a doubt for the Cumbrians’ must-win trip to Crawley.
Madine is unavailable because of curfew restrictions associated with his early prison release and strike partner Novo is being monitored after he limped off with a hamstring injury just 12 minutes into the home defeat to Oldham on Saturday.
Defenders Sean O’Hanlon (groin) and Reece Brown (groin) and midfielders Liam Noble (calf) and James Berrett (groin) all played against the Latics despite not being 100 per cent, and may have to do so again with midfielder Paul Thirlwell (Achilles), striker Lee Miller (groin) and defender Courtney Meppen-Walter (groin) still struggling.
Carlisle head to West Sussex four points from safety and face League One champions Wolves at Molineux in their final game of the season at the weekend.