Newport midfielder Josh Sheehan is suspended for the Sky Bet League Two visit of Oldham.
Crewe boss David Artell will consider changes for his side’s Sky Bet League Two clash with Morecambe after last week’s thrashing by Northampton.
Cheltenham will be without top scorer Luke Varney for their League Two clash against Colchester.
Salford are without striker Mani Dieseruvwe for the visit of Macclesfield in Sky Bet League Two.
Daniel Scarr will return for Walsall as they face Stevenage in League Two on Saturday.
Paul Hurst has several injury concerns as his squad prepare to face Port Vale on Saturday.
Sky Bet League Two leaders Swindon will welcome the return of top scorer Eoin Doyle as they face Mansfield on Saturday.
Northampton look to extend their unbeaten six-game run as they host Grimsby in League Two.
Leyton Orient duo James Dayton and Conor Wilkinson remain doubtful ahead of the match against Sky Bet League Two high-flyers Forest Green.
Carlisle caretaker manager Gavin Skelton has options available for the visit of Cambridge.
Stevenage caretaker manager Mark Sampson has been charged by the Football Association with making an allegedly racist comment.
Michael Jolley’s foul-mouthed tirade towards local journalists played a part in him losing his job as Grimsby manager, majority shareholder John Fenty has revealed.
New Morecambe boss Derek Adams is backing his side to improve after a battling point at Crawley took them off the bottom of League Two.
Ross Embleton has distanced himself from talk over the vacant managerial position at Leyton Orient after overseeing the first match of his third caretaker spell in charge at The Breyer Group Stadium.
Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe challenged matchwinner Antoni Sarcevic to hit double figures as his side knocked the dethroned league leaders off their League Two perch.
Cambridge boss Colin Calderwood was left yearning for VAR as he claimed everyone except the officials knew Walsall’s opening goal was a handball as the U’s lost 2-1 to the struggling Saddlers.
Macclesfield manager Daryl McMahon expressed pride in his squad after they ended another trying week with a point from a goalless draw with Mansfield.
Port Vale manager John Askey was delighted with his side after they came from behind to beat Carlisle 2-1 at Vale Park.
Exeter manager Matt Taylor felt it was a case of two organised teams cancelling each other out as the Grecians were held to a goalless draw by Cheltenham at St James Park.
Northampton manager Keith Curle felt the “bravery” of his players was key in their 4-1 victory over Crewe.