Cheltenham boss Michael Duff will hope to have Alex Addai and Chris Clements back in the mix for Tuesday’s Sky Bet League Two home game against Carlisle.
Addai suffered a groin injury in a Carabao Cup game against Bristol Rovers and, along with Clements, was then unavailable because of illness.
Duff will run checks on both players, while he has to make a decision on Chris Hussey’s availability following his recovery from injury.
Long-term injured pair Reuben Reid and Will Boyle remain absent, while Rohan Ince will serve the third game of a five-match ban.
Loan striker Elias Sorensen could make his full debut for Carlisle following a season-long switch from Newcastle.
Sorensen went on as a second-half substitute during the 2-0 defeat against Mansfield on Saturday and manager Steven Pressley could start him at Whaddon Road.
Midfielder Canice Carroll is unavailable, though, as he serves the final part of a three-match ban after being sent off against Swindon earlier this month.
Carlisle have won their last four meetings with Cheltenham in all competitions.