The return to fitness of Dean Morgan gives Chesterfield boss John Sheridan a selection dilemma for the visit of Stockport.
Sheridan must work out how to use Morgan. The winger or striker, who has recovered from a groin injury, has been superb when available.
However, veteran Jack Lester and leading scorer Craig Davies look certain to start up front while wide midfielders Danny Whitaker and Drew Talbot do not deserve to miss out.
Sheridan could move Whitaker into the centre but that would mean either Derek Niven or Mark Allott being left out, meaning Morgan may just have to wait his turn.
Defender Jamie Lowry could be included in the squad following 14 months out with a knee injury.
Stockport boss Paul Simpson will be reluctant to make any changes when his side visit the league leaders.
County are in buoyant mood after winning 3-1 at Barnet on Tuesday and Simpson will look for more of the same against the Spireites.
Right-back Mark Lynch is fit but may have to settle for a place on the bench again as Simpson's men look to build on their victory at Underhill.
The Edgeley Park boss said: "We've picked up some really good results on the road, without doubt better than we have at home, and in a way it's a bit of a freebie because nobody gives us a prayer of getting anything.
"So we'll go there, try and be as organised as we were at Barnet, and as committed and as ruthless as were too."
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