MK Dons v Barnsley preview
Barnsley striker Jason Scotland could be handed his first start for the club in the FA Cup fifth-round tie at MK Dons on Saturday.
Scotland, who arrived last month on a short-term deal until the end of the season, has stepped off the substitutes' bench to score Barnsley's winner in each of his first three matches and manager David Flitcroft could be ready to reward him.
Scott Wiseman is Flitcroft's only new injury concern after the defender picked up a knock in training that has left him doubtful.
Barnsley have dropped only two points in their last five league games as they bid to beat the drop, but Flitcroft could be tempted to make one or two changes.
Striker Chris O'Grady, on loan from Sheffield Wednesday, is pushing for his first start, while the likes of midfield pair Tomasz Cywka and Jacob Mellis, defender Bobby Hassell, plus youngsters Reuben Noble-Lazarus and Danny Rose could all come into contention.
Midfielder Stephen Dawson (ankle ligaments) and defender Jim McNulty (hamstring) remain sidelined.
Izale McLeod will miss MK Dons' historic FA Cup tie.
McLeod, who on Tuesday night at Doncaster played his first full 90 minutes since rejoining the club at the beginning of last month, is cup-tied for the fifth-round clash after turning out for former club Portsmouth earlier in the competition.
Defender Antony Kay and striker Ryan Lowe were suspended for the goalless draw at the Keepmoat Stadium and remain so at the weekend.
With McLeod and Lowe unavailable, Alan Smith is likely to start up front for Karl Robinson's side.
Wingers Luke Chadwick and Daniel Powell and centre-half Gary MacKenzie have all come through two games unscathed since returning from injury and are expected to remain in the squad.
Robinson may opt to include one or two youth-team players in his squad to fill the bench.
Dele Ali, Giorgio Rasulo and Brendan Galloway have been drafted in for previous rounds.
The Dons are appearing in the fifth round for the first time since the club was formed in 2004.