Stockport boss Paul Simpson will assess the fitness of striker Barry Conlon ahead of the home clash with Aldershot.
The Dublin-born forward is struggling with ankle and knee problems and may be forced to miss out again.
Conlon played no part in last weekend's 1-0 win at Oxford but Simpson will be reluctant to make any changes following his side's fine run of form.
County have taken seven points from their last three games and are further boosted with the news defender Robbie Williams is fully fit and pushing for a starting role.
Simpson's men began the season slowly but have gradually found their feet and the Edgeley Park boss said: "The attitude of the players has been fantastic."
Aldershot boss Kevin Dillon looks set to ring the changes.
Marvin Morgan has been out of sorts recently meaning Damian Spencer could partner Wade Small up front, while several other names have come off the injury list in time for the trip to Edgeley Park.
Jack Randall, Luke Gutteridge, Marlon Jackson, Darren Jones and Glen Little could all be in the Shots' squad.
Randall is available again after a stint on the sidelines with an ankle fracture, while Jones and Little got through a reserve team run out against Gillingham on Wednesday.
Jackson may be in line to make his debut after missing out against Wycombe last week and Gutteridge has also recovered from a knock.
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