Notts County manager Chris Kiwomya has a fully fit squad to pick from ahead of Yeovil's trip to Meadow Lane.
Jamal Campbell-Ryce played for 75 minutes on his return from a groin injury on Friday and is expected to keep his place in the starting XI on Monday.
Kiwomya is looking for his players to use the remaining games of the season to show what they are capable of.
He told the club's official website: ``I'm looking for some performances from the players, because we've got a lot of players out of contract.
``Although it's going to be very hard for us to break into that top six, I'm just looking for some good performances.
``It's another hard game against another side in the top six or seven and we have to get the recovery in and go out and play some attacking football.''
Yeovil manager Gary Johnson will assess captain Jamie McAllister.
The defender, who has proved to be a crucial part of the Glovers squad this season, has missed their last two matches having picked up his 10th yellow card in the televised defeat to Swindon.
But that suspension happened to coincide with an ankle problem which forced him to come off against the Robins.
``It will be touch and go whether Jamie McAllister will be available for Monday, so we'll see over the weekend and see how he performs in training,'' Johnson said.
Angelo Balanta is expected to be involved again after the on-loan QPR forward made his Glovers bow in the 0-0 draw with Walsall on Friday.
Yeovil remain one point off the npower League One play-off places, despite having failed to win their last five games.