Burton manager Nigel Clough expects to be without Liam Boyce for the visit of Sky Bet League One leaders Luton.
Northern Ireland forward Boyce was carried off on a stretcher after suffering an ankle injury during the defeat at Southend on Easter Monday and could miss the final two games of the season.
Goalkeeper Bradley Collins (groin) and defender Colin Daniel (hamstring) are also expected to be unavailable to Clough, but midfielder Scott Fraser could shake off a calf injury.
Captain Jake Buxton (calf) is another doubt, while winger David Templeton (knee) has been ruled out for the rest of the season.
Luton boss Mick Harford is considering recalling goalkeeper James Shea at the Pirelli Stadium.
Shea has been the Hatters’ number one keeper for most of the season but, after he suffered from illness last weekend, Marek Stech has played the last two games.
Alan McCormack (back) and Dan Potts (knee) have returned to training and and could be involved.
But club captain Alan Sheehan (Achilles) remains out, while Danny Hylton and Glen Rea (both knee) are unlikely to feature.