Bristol Rovers will assess defender Tom Davies ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup first round tie against non-league Bromley.
Centre-back Davies had been ever-present for the Pirates this season before missing last weekend’s win at Rochdale because of a minor knee problem.
Rovers striker Jonson Clarke-Harris, who has not featured since late September because of a calf issue, is not expected to be available.
The Sky Bet League One club remain without long-term absentees Josh Hare and Tareiq Holmes-Dennis (both knee).
Mark Cousins and Jake Goodman will not be fit to return for Bromley.
Goalkeeper Cousins is unavailable due to a shoulder injury, while defender Goodman has an anterior cruciate ligament injury and been absent all season.
Neil Smith’s side, who defeated Aldershot 4-3 in the last round, top the National League but were beaten at Wrexham last weekend.
Young striker Korrey Henry is unavailable having recently joined Welling United on loan.