Ipswich could have Kane Vincent-Young and Brett McGavin back in contention for the top-of-the-table clash with Wycombe.
Vincent-Young is making good progress following groin surgery while McGavin is nearing a full recovery from the knee problem he sustained during the FA Cup win at Lincoln last week.
James Norwood was also absent against Blackpool on Saturday after picking up an injury and it remains to be seen if the striker will be fit for Tuesday night’s game.
Ipswich head into the match five points behind League One leaders Wycombe but Paul Lambert’s team have two games in hand.
On-loan winger Rolando Aarons could return to the Wycombe starting line-up.
The Newcastle player had missed three matches with a slight problem before making his comeback as a 74th-minute substitute in the last-gasp home victory against Doncaster at the weekend.
Defender Sido Jombati is available again after the birth of his daughter so Fred Onyedinma is the only player definitely ruled out through injury.
Wycombe have lost only once in Sky Bet League One so far this season – away at Gillingham in mid-September.