Huddersfield midfielder Anthony Pilkington will return to the squad for the home clash with Yeovil.
Pilkington became a father for the first time last weekend and missed the 2-1 win at Orient.
The Terriers could also be boosted by the return of Lee Peltier but his involvement will depend on the defender himself following a recent family bereavement.
Manager Lee Clark has no new injury or suspension problems and has plenty of options in every department with midfielder Joey Gudjonsson and forwards Lee Novak and Jordan Rhodes, who scored after stepping off the bench at Orient, all pushing for a place in the starting line-up.
Long-term absentees Gary Naysmith (foot) and Tom and Nathan Clarke (both knee) remain sidelined as the Terriers look to extend their unbeaten home run to 10 matches.
Yeovil have been dealt a major blow for the trip, with goalkeeper John Sullivan ruled out with the injury he sustained against Tranmere.
The Glovers are looking for a late loan signing to fill the gap, but boss Terry Skiverton may have to convince goalkeeping coach Ben Roberts to pull on the gloves again if his efforts prove unsuccessful.
Skiverton`s other option is unproven youth-team goalkeeper Steve Boore.
The Yeovil boss also revealed he has one more injury worry but would not reveal his identity, although he did confirm that the rest of his squad are fit and ready as they look to build on last week's 3-1 win over Rovers.
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