Suspension will rule defender Adam Virgo out of Yeovil's npower League One clash with Charlton at Huish Park.
The former Brighton and Celtic man will serve the final game of a three-match ban received for the red card he was shown against Sheffield Wednesday.
Virgo was sent off for a professional foul just three minutes after replacing Dean Bowditch in the 2-2 draw on January 25.
Other than that, Glovers boss Terry Skiverton has no fresh injury or suspension worries.
Skiverton will be looking to build on an impressive recent run of form that has seen him nominated for January's League One Manager of the Month award.
The Yeovil boss has overseen a remarkable turnaround at Huish Park, winning five and drawing three of their last nine league outings.
Charlton will check on Federico Bessone ahead of the trip.
The on-loan Leeds defender made his debut in Tuesday night's win over Colchester but had to come off 10 minutes from the end due to a slight hamstring strain.
Matt Fry is on standby to replace Bessone at left-back in what will be the final game of his current loan spell from West Ham, although Charlton hope to extend the deal.
Another full-back, Kelly Youga, remains the only long-term absentee with a knee injury.
Boss Chris Powell, who has two wins from two games since taking charge, could recall midfielder Therry Racon if he adopts a more defensive formation away from home.
Striker Paul Benson is pushing for a recall after returning from suspension as a substitute in midweek.
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