Exeter boss Paul Tisdale has a fully-fit squad to choose from for the home clash against his former club Yeovil.
The Grecians picked up no fresh knocks or suspension problems during last weekend's 1-0 win at Rochdale, so Tisdale is unlikely to make too many changes.
Veteran striker Jamie Cureton is likely to keep his place up front after netting his 15th goal of the season against Dale.
A goal against the Glovers on Saturday would take the 35-year-old's career tally to 200 in the league.
However, he could have a new strike partner with Daniel Nardiello and Marcus Stewart pushing for recalls in place of Richard Logan.
Midfielder Richard Duffy could also start, possibly in place of James Dunne, following his 14-minute cameo last week.
Yeovil boss Terry Skiverton could hand debut debuts to new loan signings Jonathan Obika and Shaun MacDonald.
Skiverton, fresh from signing a new two-and-a-half year deal, moved quickly to sign 20-year-old striker Obika for the third time following the termination of his loan spell at League One rivals Swindon last week.
MacDonald, who has enjoyed three loan spells at the club previously, has also signed until the end of the season.
Midfielder Paul Wotton and defender Paul Huntingdon could also be added to the squad to face the Grecians.
Wotton has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury but could return, while centre-back Huntingdon looks to have overcome a toe problem and will fight it out with Adam Virgo for a starting berth.
Defender Luke Ayling will begin a two-match ban after accumulating 10 bookings for the season.
The Glovers will be hoping to return to winning ways following two defeats and two draws from the last four games.
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