Newport and Leyton Orient will remember their former manager Justin Edinburgh in the Sky Bet League Two game at Rodney Parade on Sunday.
Edinburgh, who died in June at the age of 49, had successful spells at both clubs.
Newport have failed to register a win in their last eight league games, and they will again be without Mark O’Brien as he continues to follow concussion protocols.
Kyle Howkins is another absentee, with both players not expected to be available until the County’s FA Cup third round tie at Millwall next week, while Dan Leadbitter, Robbie Willmott and Corey Whitely are also struggling.
Conor Wilkinson could feature for Orient after suffering a knock that sidelined him for the Boxing Day defeat at home to Colchester.
Joe Widdowson might also push for a return, but the game is likely to come too soon for Louis Dennis, even though he trained on Christmas Eve.
Elsewhere, Myles Judd is available after serving a one-match ban. Sam Ling, though, is sidelined following an operation that could rule him out until February.
And Orient remain without injured trio Dean Brill, Jobi McAnuff and and Brendon Shabani.