Bristol Rovers will be without Danny Coles for the home game with Norwich.
The defender picked up two yellow cards in last weekend's 2-1 defeat to Brighton and is suspended for Saturday's game against the League One champions.
Byron Anthony and Jo Kuffour could be available after returning to training, Anthony has missed the last three games with a hip problem while top scorer Kuffour sat out the loss to the Seagulls with a rib injury.
The game comes too early for Dominic Blizzard who has failed to recover from a troublesome hamstring sustained in the 5-1 defeat to Southampton on April 13th.
Defender Steve Elliott remains sidelined with medial ligament damage and looks unlikely to be available for Rovers final match at Leeds on May 8.
Norwich manager Paul Lambert may shuffle his pack.
Captain Grant Holt is one who will definitely miss out after the striker had an ankle operation which will sideline him until pre-season.
Winger Wes Hoolahan is on the mend after missing five games with a thigh strain and could travel but full-back Russell Martin, who missed the 2-0 win over Gillingham last Saturday with an ankle injury, is unlikely to return.
Lambert admitted he may change his line-up on Saturday, with a few players on the borderline of qualifying for League One winners' medals.
He said: "Would sentimental value come into my head? It might do in a way because lads have travelled with us all over the place and sat on the bench for a long time and it's certainly not easy. I might drop my guard."
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