Manager Michael Duff may be tempted to keep changes to a minimum as Cheltenham look to extend their unbeaten run to five matches against Oldham at Jonny-Rocks Stadium on Good Friday.
Academy graduate George Lloyd could have done enough to earn a spot in Duff’s starting XI after scoring the equaliser in last weekend’s 1-1 draw against promoted Lincoln.
The 19-year-old striker, who earlier this season spent time on loan at National League North side Hereford, headed home seven minutes after coming off the bench to clinch a point at Sincil Bank.
Midfielder Jordan Tillson (cramp) was substituted late on at Lincoln but should retain his place in the team, while striker Luke Varney (concussion) could miss out again.
Oldham are also looking to extend their four-match undefeated run as they head to the match on the back of Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Swindon.
Midfielder Jose Baxter came on as a second-half substitute last time out after serving his suspension for a red card – in the loss to Lincoln on March 12 – but may have to fight to make the starting line-up.
Boss Pete Wild named an unchanged side for the second-successive match last weekend so former Everton man Baxter may have to settle for a place on the bench again.
Dapo Afolayan (shoulder) and Zak Dearnley remain sidelined, while Wild said the Latics squad has “a couple of knocks that are being assessed” ahead of the clash.