Peter Vincenti will return to the Aldershot side to face struggling Burton.
Midfielder Vincenti was left out of the squad which drew 2-2 at Stevenage last weekend as part of a gentleman's agreement between the sides following his January move.
However, Vincenti may be left on the bench after he saw his replacement Alex Rodman score two fine goals at Broadhall Way.
Captain Anthony Charles will make his 350th career appearance and will be partnered in the heart of defence by Darren Jones.
Forward Jack Randall broke his leg while on loan at Didcot Town recently and is a long-term absentee as the Shots look to continue their fine form - having lost just twice since Dean Holdsworth took charge in January.
Burton boss Paul Peschisolido has revealed that defender Nathan Stanton requires a groin operation and will miss the rest of the season.
Stanton has been struggling with a recurrence of a groin problem and will now miss three to four weeks as he goes under the knife.
Long-term absentee Paul Boertien (groin) is unlikely to make the trip, but Peschisolido believes he could yet make the Bank Holiday Monday clash with Torquay.
The Brewers have one or two other players nursing minor niggles, but Peschisolido, who will be back in the dugout after serving a one-match touchline ban against Bradford in midweek, would not identify those who require late checks.
On-loan striker Sam Winnall remains suspended, but full-back Scott Malone, fellow defender Tom Parkes and midfielder Adam Bolder are available for recalls.
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