Northampton have no fresh injury concerns heading into their final home game of the season against relegation-haunted Yeovil.
The Cobblers are 15th in Sky Bet League Two with only professional pride left to play for, but boss Keith Curle insists his side are “not in holiday mode yet”.
Dean Bowditch and George Cox could both return after dropping to the bench for the Easter Monday defeat at Bury.
Shaun McWilliams will be assessed after missing the last four games with a hamstring problem.
Yeovil, who are two points adrift of safety with two games to play, have lost winger Rhys Browne for the rest of the season.
Browne suffered a hamstring injury in the 1-1 draw with Colchester on Easter Monday, his first appearance after a six-week lay-off with a similar injury.
Yeovil have major defensive problems with Gary Warren, Craig Alcock and Carl Dickinson injured and Adel Gafaiti suspended.
But striker Ryan Seager is in contention to return after missing the Colchester game with a knee injury picked up in the Good Friday defeat at Crewe.