LUTON Town will only be without two players for their Sky Bet League Two trip to York City.
Midfielder Nathan Doyle and striker Josh McQuoid both remain sidelined by knee problems but the Hatters will, otherwise, have a full squad to choose from.
Having won their last match - 2-1 at home to Hartlepool - on Saturday, manager Nathan Jones is unlikely to make wholesale changes as he looks to find some consistency during a campaign that has been dogged by a failure to string a run of positive results together.
The reign of the former Brighton caretaker chief has been typical of the Bedfordshire outfit's season, consisting of three wins, two draws and two defeats since he succeeded the sacked John Still during early January.
Jones' charges are currently 13th in the table and lie nine points adrift of the play-off positions but 15 clear of the relegation zone.
Former Norwich midfielder Cameron McGeehan, 20, is Luton's leading scorer this season with 11 goals, including two in the last three matches.
He is likely to be joined in the visitors' engine room by ex-Minsterman Alex Lawless, who has scored one goal in 25 matches this term, with six of those appearances coming off the bench.
Another one-time Bootham Crescent midfielder Jonathan Smith is expected to be a substitute on his return to North Yorkshire, however, having failed to make the first XI for the last four matches.
Smith has netted four times and started 28 games for the Hatters during 2015/16.
Former Championship marksman Craig Mackail-Smith could earn a recall to the starting line-up, though, having ended a 20-goal game drought with the winner against Hartlepool.
Luton (probable): Tyler, O'Donnell, Cuthbert, Sheehan, Howells, Green, Lawless, McGeehan, Lee, Pigott, Mackail-Smith.