Bristol Rovers are unlikely to make many changes for Tuesday’s clash with Port Vale after returning to winning ways in the FA Cup last time out.
Rovers ended a three-match winless run with a 2-1 victory over Sutton in their second-round clash at the weekend and they could stick with the same XI when they take on the Valiants.
Josh Grant remains out with a hamstring problem, while Alfie Kilgour (knee) is also unavailable.
Luca Hoole could play some part after returning to the squad as an unused substitute against Sutton following a spell on the sidelines.
Dennis Politic will be pushing for a starting berth after coming off the bench to fire Vale to cup victory over Burton.
The on-loan Bolton man replaced the injured David Amoo in the 74th minute, when Vale were 1-0 down, and scored twice to clinch a 2-1 win.
Politic could replace Amoo in the starting line-up if he is not fit to feature from the beginning.
Goalkeeper Lucas Covolan should return after being replaced between the sticks by Aidan Stone in the two recent cup matches.