Macclesfield’s first home match since the departure of boss Sol Campbell sees them entertain Morecambe on Tuesday night.
The Silkmen have had Danny Whitaker in caretaker charge after Campbell left the club by mutual consent last week.
The squad is expected to be the same as it was for Saturday’s 2-1 win at Northampton, with the Moss Rose outfit seeming to have avoided picking up any injuries in that contest.
They are currently fourth in League Two, a point off the top, with six points from three games so far.
Morecambe will be without midfielder Alex Kenyon after he suffered an ankle injury in the 0-0 draw against Cheltenham on Saturday.
Defender Luke Conlan remains suspended, with two more games of his ban to serve following his red card in last week’s Carabao Cup clash with Mansfield.
Aaron Wildig could return to action after sitting out the last two matches due to bone bruising.
AJ Leitch-Smith, who has been out since January because of a hamstring issue, is back in training and nearing a comeback but it is not expected that it will be in this game.