AFC Wimbledon return to action after a 10-day break with winger Scott Wagstaff free from suspension for the visit of Burton.
Wagstaff missed the Dons’ last game – a 1-0 home win over Peterborough on January 18 – after being sent off at Portsmouth just 13 minutes after coming on as a second-half substitute.
Max Sanders could be an injury doubt for the Sky Bet League One fixture but several first-teamers stepped up their fitness in a behind-closed-doors friendly at West Ham’s training ground last week.
Rod McDonald, Kwesi Appiah, Jack Rudoni, Paul Osew and Joe McDonnell all had valuable game-time while Adam Roscrow scored twice in the 5-1 win.
Burton pair Kieran Wallace and Nathan Broadhead are closing in on first-team returns.
Defender Wallace has missed the last seven games through illness, while on-loan Everton striker Broadhead has been troubled by a hamstring injury.
Teenage defender Reece Hutchinson has also stepped up his recovery after a knock, although the trip to south-west London should come too soon for him.
Rangers loanee Jamie Murphy is expected to start again after making his Brewers debut in Saturday’s home draw with Accrington.