Yeovil boss Gary Johnson is sweating on the fitness of goalkeeper Chris Dunn ahead of their clash with Blackburn.
The former Coventry keeper is recovering from a thigh injury which forced his centre-backs to take goal-kicks in the 1-1 draw with Barnsley last weekend.
Dunn is waiting to see how the injury feels in the build-up to kick off and if he fails to recover then Marek Stech could return to action.
Stech has been missing since August when he broke his hand but he has returned to training and is available to feature against Rovers on Saturday.
DJ Campbell could make his first appearance for Blackburn since he was arrested and bailed in the spot-fixing investigation.
The striker was last week given time off to spend with his family but returned to training on Tuesday and boss Gary Boywer confirmed he is available for selection again this weekend.
Pacy winger Josh King is fit following a dead leg, as is midfielder Lee Williamson, who has fully recovered from a foot injury, while Corry Evans (ankle) resumed light training this week.
Goalkeeper Paul Robinson featured for the Under-21s on Monday but admitted himself he is still not fully ready to return after playing a game in front of the public for the first time in over a year while Dickson Etuhu (ankle) is also absent.