Huddersfield boss Lee Clark has no new injury worries to contend with for his side's clash with Oldham.
The Terriers lifted themselves back into the play-offs with a win at Wycombe on Saturday, although they need points to maintain their push with Colchester in close contention.
On-loan striker Nathan Eccleston returned to the squad for the win at Adams Park following suspension, but only made the bench.
The teenager may find himself among the substitutes again with Jordan Rhodes and Theo Robinson both on target in the win.
Lee Novak (knee) and Robbie Simpson (thigh) are doubts as they struggle to recover from respective injuries.
Anthony Kay will also target a starting berth after coming off the bench in the weekend victory.
Oldham captain Sean Gregan looks set to be fit. The 35-year-old former Preston and Leeds defender picked up knocks to his shin and knee in Saturday's 1-0 win over Gillingham, but is expected to shake them off for the trip to the Galpharm Stadium.
Midfielder Dean Furman will also return to Dave Penney's squad after completing a two-match ban on Saturday, but midfielder Andy Holdsworth (ankle) will not make the trip to his former employers.
On-loan striker Lewis Guy looks set to retain his place up front after scoring the winner and his first goal for the club against the Gills.
The Latics, who bounced back from two successive home defeats to edge out Gillingham, are only three points above the relegation zone.
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