Kevin Lisbie could return to the Leyton Orient squad for the visit of leaders Wolves.
The veteran striker was rested as Orient slipped to a 2-1 defeat against Crawley on Friday.
Midfielder Marvin Bartley is the only injury absentee due to a hamstring problem but, with the O’s now destined for the play-offs, boss Russell Slade could make further changes.
Romain Vincelot has been playing on despite a foot injury so he could be rested along with young winger Moses Odubajo, with the likes of Gary Sawyer, Jamie Ness and Shaun Batt pushing for places in the starting line-up.
Wolves will assess Bakary Sako for their trip to Leyton Orient.
The winger came off in Good Friday’s amazing 6-4 win over Rotherham feeling his hamstring and he will be monitored.
James Henry was taken off at half-time and replaced by Lee Evans and Evans could earn a start while there are no other selection concerns for Kenny Jackett.
Jackett’s men are already secured of promotion and could claim the League One title if they win and Brentford, who have also confirmed a top-two finish, fail to win at MK Dons.