Leyton Orient will have winger James Dayton back for the visit of Macclesfield in Sky Bet League Two.
The former Cheltenham player recently served a three-match suspension for his red card in the 1-1 draw with Northampton last month.
Boss Ross Embleton will be without Tottenham loanee Kazaiah Sterling for the majority of February, with the forward still recovering from a quad injury.
Player-coach Jobi McAnuff and Sam Ling (both groin) are not fit enough to feature this weekend, but Brendon Shabani has stepped up his rehabilitation from a knee injury.
Macclesfield may be able to select a full bench for the clash at Orient, with Shilow Tracey expected to make his debut after signing from Tottenham.
He joined on a loan deal on January 31 but not in time to feature in the home defeat to Northampton.
The Silkmen could only list four substitutes for Saturday’s loss, but manager Mark Kennedy will have Peter Vincenti and Adam Dawson available for the match in the capital after they returned from loan spells this week.
An unspecified injury ruled Theo Archibald out of contention last time and he may be absent again for this away fixture.