Cheltenham manager Mark Yates has no new injury concerns ahead of his side's midweek clash with Bristol Rovers
Winger Jermaine McGlashan recovered from a hamstring problem and came through 25 minutes of the 0-0 draw with Newport on Saturday unscathed and is pushing for a start.
Striker Jamie Cureton is set to start against his boyhood club where he scored 78 goals between 1996 and 2000 after a lively display against the Exiles.
The Robins host Rovers having extended their unbeaten run to five games and they may recall midfielder Russ Penn after he impressed from the bench.
Bristol Rovers will be without two suspended players.
Striker Chris Beardsley and midfielder John-Joe O'Toole saw red in their 1-0 loss to Burton on Saturday and will both sit out the clash.
And they will be joined on the sidelines by Seanan Clucas (knee) and Alefe Santos (hamstring) while manager John Ward is hopeful that attackers Ryan Brunt and Ellis Harrison will be available to boost his increasingly depleted squad.
Rovers come into this match just lost just one of their last six matches in all competitions but they remain just a point clear of the relegation zone.