Cheltenham will be without Max Sheaf for Saturday’s Sky Bet League Two visit of Swindon.
The on-loan Hull midfielder is struggling with a hamstring injury with manager Michael Duff hoping to have the 19-year-old back inside three weeks.
Chris Hussey came off the bench in the midweek win over Carlisle and will be pushing for a recall.
Rohan Ince remains suspended and both Reuben Reid and Will Boyle are out with long-term injuries.
Swindon boss Richie Wellens is unsure whether or not to risk winger Lloyd Isgrove at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
The summer recruit was a surprise inclusion in the side that lost 1-0 to Northampton on Tuesday night after passing a fitness test on a dead leg.
He may sit out the game at Cheltenham, with Keshi Anderson (knee) also a doubt.
Young striker Scott Twine will be hoping to make his first start of the season having come off the bench in the Robins’ first three league games of the campaign.