Cambridge manager Richard Money has a few injury doubts ahead of the second-round FA Cup tie against League One Sheffield United.
On-loan Brentford defender Aaron Pierre is still struggling with a knock picked up before his move to the U's, while Ryan Donaldson (thigh) and Tom Elliott (leg) could miss out once more.
In any case, Money may well choose to stick with the same side that booked their date with the Blades with a 2-1 victory over Bury on Tuesday.
The Skrill Premier leaders, who have lost just one game this season, are aiming to reach the third round for the first time since 2008.
Sheffield United will be without injured defender Tony McMahon and on-loan winger Aidy White.
McMahon sits out a one-game ban after reaching five yellow cards, while White does not have permission from parent club Leeds to play.
Defender Sean McGinty could be recalled to the squad and midfielder Simon Lappin may return to the starting line-up as boss Nigel Clough looks to fill the gaps.
Midfielder Ryan Flynn also returns to contention following a foot injury and winger Febian Brandy is back in the frame after recently completing his four-game ban.