Hayes & Yeading will check on the fitness of a couple of players ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup clash against Oxford.
United boss Paul Hughes did not name those nursing knocks and is hoping they will be available for the first round tie.
Hughes strengthened his defensive options this week with the signing of former Stourbridge and Wealdstone full-back Enock Ekongo, although it remains to be seen whether he will be involved.
Hughes’ side have been strong at home this season, winning five of their eight matches in all competitions.
Oxford boss Karl Robinson could be boosted by the return of three players.
Josh Ruffels (dead leg), Chris Cadden (hamstring) and Rob Hall (ankle) have all trained this week and it is hoped they will travel to Middlesex.
However, Cameron Brannagan will miss a third game with the knee injury he sustained last month. The midfielder is set for another scan and is not expected to be out for much longer.
Robinson will probably make some changes to his starting line-up and has the likes of Elliott Moore, Anthony Forde and Shandon Baptiste to call on.