Reggie Lambe is to miss Cambridge’s two remaining games, starting against Morecambe on Saturday, so he can prepare for the Gold Cup with Bermuda.
Mansfield manager David Flitcroft could bring midfielder Otis Khan back in for the Sky Bet League Two clash with Stevenage.
Notts County will be without Ben Barclay as they look to take their League Two survival fight to the final day with victory over Grimsby.
Port Vale boss John Askey could opt to recall leading scorer Tom Pope to his starting line-up for the club’s final home game of the season against Macclesfield.
Newport boss Michael Flynn is likely to restore Jamille Matt to his starting line-up for the clash with League Two champions Lincoln.
Colchester boss John McGreal will be without suspended goalkeeper Dillon Barnes for the visit of promotion-chasing MK Dons.
Crewe may recall Billy Sass-Davies for the clash with Forest Green after he was benched because boss David Artell feared playing could do him “more harm than good”.
Exeter will be without Troy Brown again for the Sky Bet League Two play-off battle with Oldham.
Northampton have no fresh injury concerns heading into their final home game of the season against relegation-haunted Yeovil.
Champions Lincoln make up the backbone of the Professional Footballers’ Association League Two Team of the Year 2019.
Notts County boss Neal Ardley labelled next Saturday’s home game against Grimsby as a “must-win” fixture after the Magpies threw away the lead in a 1-1 draw at Crawley.
Crewe manager David Artell was left angry with the display of referee Lee Collins, despite the Alex securing a 2-1 away win at Swindon Town.
Grimsby manager Michael Jolley described his side’s 1-0 victory over Carlisle as “probably our best win of the season”.
Mansfield boss David Flitcroft was furious with the match officials after his promotion-chasing side fell to a controversial 3-2 defeat at Oldham.
Paul Tisdale admitted MK Dons were sub-par during their 1-1 draw with Port Vale – but still felt they had enough to get all three points.
Forest Green boss Mark Cooper has described the club’s guaranteed play-off berth as a “brilliant achievement”.
Danny Cowley was left overjoyed after Lincoln did enough to secure the League Two title by drawing 0-0 with Tranmere at Sincil Bank.
Dino Maamria pointed his finger firmly at the officials for denying Stevenage the chance to move into the League Two play-offs following a 1-1 with Exeter.
Delighted Bury boss Ryan Lowe hailed his team’s fighting spirit as they came from behind to defeat mid-table Northampton 3-1.
Macclesfield boss Sol Campbell praised his relegation battlers after a 0-0 draw against Newport.
Colchester manager John McGreal felt it was an opportunity missed at Yeovil despite being down to 10 men and coming from a goal behind to draw 1-1 in League Two.
Morecambe manager Jim Bentley praised his side after a superb 4-0 victory over Cheltenham.
Notts County had Ben Barclay sent off as they threw away the lead in a 1-1 draw at Crawley that leaves them rooted to the bottom of Sky Bet League Two.
Chris Porter netted a first-half brace as Crewe edged a 2-1 win over Swindon for their first victory at the County Ground since 2002.
Forest Green are assured of at least a place in the Sky Bet League Two play-offs after making it four wins in a row against Cambridge.
Relegation-threatened Yeovil and play-off-chasing Colchester played out a 1-1 League Two draw at Huish Park following a lively second half.
Stevenage’s play-off charge was dealt a blow after they were held to a 1-1 draw by promotion rivals Exeter at the Lamex Stadium.
Mansfield’s automatic promotion hopes were dealt a dramatic blow as they slipped to an action-packed 3-2 defeat against play-off outsiders Oldham at Boundary Park.
Gutsy Bury came from behind to secure what could prove to be a very precious three points as they saw off mid-table Northampton 3-1.
Kieran Agard missed a penalty as MK Dons were held to a 1-1 draw against Port Vale which saw the hosts drop out of the automatic promotion spots.
Morecambe crushed Cheltenham 4-0 with a fine display at the Globe Arena.
Both Macclesfield and Newport will be left disappointed after their edgy encounter in Cheshire ended 0-0.