Aldershot boss Dean Holdsworth is set to name an unchanged side for the visit of Crewe.
Holdsworth picked up his first win as a Football League manager in midweek when a goal from Anthony Charles was enough to see off Bradford, and the former Wimbledon striker will go with the same XI.
Peter Vincenti made his home debut in midfield after signing from Stevenage last week and will keep his place while striker Tim Sills will be on the bench after also making the move from Stevenage for a second spell with the Shots.
Defender Simon Grand will be in the squad after arriving on loan from Fleetwood but forward Wesley Ngo Baheng has been released while Holdsworth is without two long-term injuries.
Striker Damian Spencer (knee ligament damage) and midfielder John Halls (groin) remain on the sidelines.
David Artell will miss the trip for Crewe through injury.
The defender was forced off with a calf strain against local rivals Port Vale with Adam Dugdale, who signed a new six-month contract this week, replacing Artell against the Shots.
"David will probably miss one, maybe two games," said Alex boss Gradi. "Although I would imagine he will declare himself fit to face Bradford on Tuesday because he is that sort of player.
"He will get a small rest now and Adam will play at Aldershot."
Fellow defender Mat Mitchel-King has resumed full training after a hernia problem and could be included on the bench.
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