Aldershot v Hereford preview
Team news for Tuesday night's League Two clash between Aldershot and Hereford at the Recreation Ground.
Wilko Risser, Darren Murphy and Ben Smith are all competing to make their Aldershot debuts.
Namibia international striker Risser, a free agent, signed a short-term contract on Monday and goes straight into manager Dean Holdsworth's squad for the League Two clash.
Midfielder Murphy arrived on a month's loan from Stevenage on Friday but was denied his bow at the weekend following the postponement of the clash at Crawley due to a frozen pitch.
Smith, meanwhile, was brought in on loan at the end of January but is yet to make his debut due to the recent cold snap, although he would have been ineligible at the weekend in any case having arrived from Crawley.
Defender Sonny Bradley is available after extending his stay from Hull, while Holdsworth has no new injuries among his squad.
However, midfielder Alex Rodman continues to miss out after being diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism, with striker Michael Rankine is also sidelined for the rest of the campaign due to a leg injury.
Meanwhile, Benoit Dalibard will play no part for Hereford.
The left-back, making his return to action after a three-match suspension, lasted just 23 minutes of Saturday's 1-1 draw against high-flying Cheltenham before being forced off clutching his hamstring, an injury which curtailed his involvement earlier in the season.
The versatile Rob Purdie could now revert to full-back once again having been pushed into midfield at the weekend, while manager Jamie Pitman has the option of using fit-again Simon Clist, who returned to the bench versus the Robins after a groin problem.
Centre-back Stefan Stam is expected to make his comeback from ongoing knee problems this week although it is unlikely to be at the Recreation Ground. Defender Joe Heath (groin) and midfielder Harry Pell (knee) remain sidelined.