Leyton Orient pair Tom James and Rob Hunt could return to contention for the home game against Newport.
James missed last week’s win at Barrow due to a calf strain, while fellow defender Hunt had targeted a return this weekend after missing four matches through injury.
Midfielder Ant Georgiou (hamstring), defender Adam Thompson and QPR loanee Stephen Duke-McKenna are still out.
Richie Wellens’ unbeaten table-toppers are bidding for a 10th win from their first 11 league games.
Newport are hoping on-loan West Ham forward Thierry Nevers can prove his fitness.
Nevers sustained a back problem in training on Wednesday and will be monitored by boss James Rowberry.
Attacking midfielder Aaron Wildig is hoping to be back in contention after recovering from a groin injury.
Skipper Matty Dolan hurt his ankle in the recent home EFL Trophy defeat to Forest Green and will miss his second match.
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