Peterborough manager Darren Ferguson will juggle his squad over the next week with three games coming up, starting with Saturday’s Sky Bet League One home match against Rochdale.
Without a fixture last weekend due to scheduled opponents Shrewsbury having three international call-ups, the break allowed players with niggles to return to full fitness.
Left-back Frazer Blake-Tracy remains unavailable with a muscle problem, but could feature on Saturday week.
The former King’s Lynn defender is expected to return to first-team training on Monday and will target a return at some point this month.
Rochdale continue to be without a number of players and Tyler Magloire is back at his parent club Blackburn to receive treatment.
The on-loan defender picked up an injury in training and manager Brian Barry-Murphy believes he will be out for “an extended period of time”.
Forward Aaron Wilbraham is close to rejoining the first-team fold again after a calf injury but will miss Saturday’s match.
Peter Thomas, 15, became Rochdale’s youngest ever player on Wednesday in the Leasing.com Trophy tie against Manchester City Under-21s, although is not expected to play at Peterborough.