Dundee manager Jim McIntyre faces a wait over who he can select to lead his line at Motherwell.
In all three of his matches in charge, Jim has gone with Finnish international Benjamin Kallman up top.
However, the Dens gaffer will have to wait and see if the 20-year-old recovers from the head knock which forced him off against Celtic on Wednesday.
Going up for a header – the Dark Blues’ closest attempt at goal – shortly before half-time, Kallman took a blow to the head and was taken straight up the tunnel by physio Gerry Docherty.
The Finn is still being assessed and it’s unclear whether he’ll be fit enough to start at Fir Park today.
That’s likely to mean a start for Tunisian Sofien Moussa after he replaced Kallman before half-time on Wednesday.
The 30-year-old targetman started the Dark Blues’ boss first match in charge at Livingston but missed the following defeat to Hearts with an Achilles problem.
Centre-back Ryan Inniss is also fit after being replaced by Andy Boyle at half-time against Celtic. He was taken off in a tactical switch by the manager.
Still working their way back to fitness are Paul McGowan and Nathan Ralph who both have trained this week.
Josh Meekings, though, is out for an extended period with his hip injury.
McIntyre, meanwhile, is set to make a decision on whether to sign free agent Martin Woods.
It’s understood the Dens gaffer is keen to add his former Ross County midfielder to the ranks at Dundee. The question is whether the 32-year-old could prove his fitness during his two-week stint training with the club as he aims to win a contract.