Chesterfield are likely to have an unchanged squad for the visit of AFC Wimbledon.
Manager Paul Cook must decided whether to make changes to his starting line-up. Club captain Ian Evatt was included in the squad for the first time against Accrington last weekend after working his way back to full fitness following knee surgery, although the centre-back was an unused substitute during the 1-0 win.
Striker Eoin Doyle continued to press his claims for a starting place with a hat-trick in a friendly run out this week.
Nathan Smith's ankle injury is not as bad as the club initially feared but the left-back is unlikely to feature against the Dons, while fellow defender Matty Brown continues to recover from a hamstring injury.
AFC Wimbledon will patch up defender Andy Frampton.
Frampton needed four stitches in a head wound sustained during last weekend's 2-0 win at York but was able to get through the match and will be available again.
Rhys Weston missed out last week with a hamstring problem and will be assessed, fellow defender Will Antwi is still out as he recovers from a hernia op and winger Kevin Sainte-Luce faces another fortnight on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.
But boss Neal Ardley has no new injury concerns as the Dons go in search of a fourth straight win which would take them level on points with their hosts.