Cheltenham will again be without Josh Low for their home clash against Bury.
The midfielder missed last weekend's 3-0 defeat at Chesterfield having sustained a calf strain in training ahead of the game.
Therefore, he will be missing for the visit of the Shakers, although manager Mark Yates is hopeful he could return for Tuesday`s clash with Oxford.
Otherwise, the only two players still on the sidelines are defender Martin Riley and midfielder Frankie Artus.
The former is maintaining his fitness levels while he recovers from a hamstring injury and is looking at a return to full training in two weeks.
Meanwhile, Artus is set to have another X-ray on his cracked fibula and should be back in around three weeks.
Young winger Marley Watkins, who has been an unused substitute in every Town game this season, will not be available having completed a one-month loan move to Blue Square Premier side Bath City.
Bury boss Alan Knill is boosted by the return of midfielder Steven Schumacher for the trip.
Schumacher served a one-match ban during last weekend's 1-1 draw with Hereford following his red card against Crewe the week previously.
The former Everton trainee will hope to make an immediate return to the starting line-up but may have to settle for a place on the bench after an impressive debut from Damien Mozika.
Striker Lenell John-Lewis has missed the last two matches with a slight ankle injury but could be available again.
Knill has no other injury concerns and this week allowed striker Danny Carlton to join Grimsby on a one-month loan deal following his struggle to play regularly at Gigg Lane.
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