Stevenage boss Graham Westley could ring the changes again at home to Salford with the club’s English Football League status under increasing threat.
Westley has made five and four changes in the last two Sky Bet League Two games, but his side are now seven points adrift of safety following a fifth consecutive defeat at Bradford on Tuesday.
Scott Cuthbert was forced off by injury at Bradford and could miss out, with the fit-again Adam El-Abd competing for a first start since September.
Ben Folami, yet to start since joining on loan from Ipswich, and Jake Cassidy could beef up the attack, while Dean Parrett, Patrick Reading, Charlie Lakin and Simeon Jackson are hoping for recalls.
James Wilson could make his full Salford debut following his dramatic midweek introduction.
The former Manchester United striker scored twice after coming on as a second-half substitute, although his double could not prevent City from slipping to a 3-2 home defeat to Plymouth.
Brandon Thomas-Asante also impressed off the bench against the Pilgrims and is in contention for a starting spot.
Ammies boss Graham Alexander has no new injury concerns, although defender Nathan Pond (ankle) will be assessed after sitting out the last three games.