Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder will assess Caolan Lavery and Matty Done before the home game against Millwall.
Both strikers were forced out of Sunday’s draw at Oldham due to knocks and could be doubtful as the Blades bid to extend their unbeaten league run to 11 matches.
Mark Duffy also remains a doubt after missing out at Boundary Park due to a back problem, but defender Daniel Lafferty could return to contention after he was an unused substitute in Northern Ireland’s World Cup qualifying win against Norway on Sunday.
Striker Leon Clarke is hoping to feature again. He made his first appearance since mid-January as a late substitute against Oldham after an ankle injury, while midfielder Paul Coutts could return to the starting line-up.
Millwall boss Neil Harris could make changes after his side’s 16-match unbeaten run in League One was ended with a stoppage-time defeat at struggling Swindon.
Right-back Mahlon Romeo was given his chance to start at the County Ground, but Shaun Cummings may return after being left on the bench.
Midfielders Fred Onyedinma and Shane Ferguson are also both options having been second-half substitutes against the Robins.
Goalkeeper Jordan Archer looks set to retain his place ahead of Tom King after returning to the side following a thigh problem.