Richie Wellens is likely to rotate his forward line to jolt Swindon’s ailing League Two play-off bid back into life against Crewe.
Marc Richards and Theo Robinson could step into the starting line-up, with Keshi Anderson and Ben House in the frame to drop to the bench.
Michael Doughty should continue on the right of midfield.
Goalkeeper Lawrence Vigoroux is thought to have played his last game for the club, having rejected a new contract offer with his current deal expiring this summer.
Will Jaaskelainen could continue in goal for Crewe, having made his senior debut in Friday’s 2-0 home win over Yeovil.
The 20-year-old son of former Bolton star Jussi Jaaskelainen dislodged Ben Garratt and then impressed in the Yeovil victory.
Defender Aaron Taylor-Sinclair is a doubt once again due to a thigh injury.
Owen Dale featured off the bench in the Yeovil win after a back spasm, so comes into contention to start on Monday.