Ben Chorley will be added to the Leyton Orient squad for the visit of Plymouth.
Chorley is back after missing last weekend's 2-1 win at Tranmere through suspension, but fellow centre-half Terrell Forbes is still banned.
Chorley's return will give boss Russell Slade a selection dilemma after Aaron Brown and Elliot Omozusi deputised impressively at Prenton Park.
Slade could restore Chorley in the centre with Omozusi reverting to right-back, meaning Brighton loanee Andrew Whing drops to the bench.
Goalkeeper Jamie Jones and midfielder Adam Chambers could also be among the substitutes after run-outs for the reserves this week.
Jones has recovered from a hernia operation and Chambers underwent surgery to clear up a long-standing calf problem.
Plymouth manager Peter Reid could hand midfielder Carl Fletcher a start.
Fletcher made his comeback from a leg injury as a late substitute against Exeter and could be recalled to add more experience to Reid's midfield.
Midfielder Jim Paterson also returned to the Argyle bench following a troublesome hamstring injury and is pushing for a starting place, while fellow midfielder Craig Noone is likely to be fit despite this week being rested from a training session due to a groin problem.
Reid also has doubts over defender Onismor Bhasera and on-loan Chelsea midfielder Conor Clifford who have been struggling with illness, but goalkeeper David Button is likely to keep his place after returning from an ankle injury in the Devon derby win at the weekend.
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