AFC Wimbledon v Chesterfield preview
Team news for Tuesday's League Two clash between AFC Wimbledon and Chesterfield at Kingsmeadow.
Charlie Wyke and Andy Frampton are back in the AFC Wimbledon squad for the visit of leaders Chesterfield.
Forward Wyke has shaken off the hip injury which kept him out against York on Saturday and defender Frampton is fit after his return from a long-term shoulder injury was curtailed by a twisted ankle in his comeback for the reserves.
Frampton and Alan Bennett, an unused sub at the weekend, could go back into the starting line-up as boss Neal Ardley was unhappy with the defenders' display in the 1-0 defeat.
Jim Fenlon and Kevin Sainte-Luce are also fit again so long-termers Charlie Strutton and Rhys Weston are the only absentees.
Chesterfield travel to AFC Wimbledon without Dan Gardner while the League Two leaders also have concerns over the fitness of two other players.
Gardner is nursing an ankle injury following a challenge involving Accrington midfielder Peter Murphy on Saturday. The forward will see a specialist on Tuesday to determine the extent of the problem, although initial scans have revealed no bone fracture.
Striker Marc Richards and winger Gary Roberts are also thought to be carrying knocks following the 3-1 defeat at the Crown Ground.
Meanwhile, Blues boss Paul Cook is looking to make a loan signing. He has targeted an attacking player but it remains to be seen whether any deal will be done in time for the trip to London on Tuesday night.