Yeovil could hand new signing Fraser Fyvie his debut when they welcome Brighton to Huish Park.
The 20-year-old midfielder arrived on loan from Wigan on Thursday and is available to line up against the Seagulls while striker Michael Ngoo has returned to Liverpool after his loan stay in Somerset.
Wayne Hennessey, who shone for Wales in midweek, is set to continue in goal while Marek Stech continues his rehabilitation from a broken finger.
Gary Johnson will have to decide whether to reinstate full-back Luke Ayling who was surprisingly named on the bench at Middlesbrough last time out, while Sam Hoskins and Kevin Dawson are pushing for starts.
Leroy Lita could make his Brighton debut in the clash.
Boss Oscar Garcia this week brought in the striker on a three-month loan from Swansea after an injury to top scorer Leonardo Ulloa (foot) added to the long-term absences of frontmen Craig Mackail-Smith (Achilles) and Will Hoskins (knee).
But Lita will be short of match fitness having not played a first-team match since April, so he may start on the bench with Ashley Barnes on his own in attack again.
Andrea Orlandi is still sidelined by a knee injury and fellow midfielder Liam Bridcutt is recovering from hernia surgery.