Bristol City will be without suspended striker Famara Diedhiou for Sunday’s home game against Wigan.
Diedhiou was shown a straight red card after stepping off the bench in the midweek home win against Charlton for kicking out at visiting defender Jason Pearce.
Defender Jack Hunt has been ruled out until after next month’s international break after scans revealed the full extent of his hamstring injury.
Midfielder Adam Nagy (ankle), Thomas Kalas (hamstring), Jay Dasilva (ankle), Korey Smith (foot) and Saikou Janneh (knee) are all still out.
Wigan’s on-loan Blackburn defender Charlie Mulgrew will not feature after sustaining a hamstring injury in the midweek defeat at Derby.
Left-back Nathan Byrne is available after serving a one-game ban and boss Paul Cook must decide whether to recall him or retain Chelsea loanee Dujon Sterling, who made his league debut for the club on Wednesday night.
Winger Michael Jacobs is pushing for a recall. He was rested against Derby after recently returning from a hamstring injury.
Midfielder Lee Evans is working his way back from injury after missing the last three matches.