Harrogate Town, who visit Carlisle’s Brunton Park tonight, have selection concerns ahead of the League Two clash.
Right-winger Simon Power and centre-half Warren Burrell both picked-up injuries during Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat by Salford City.
Town manager Simon Weaver will be assessing the players closer to kick-off hoping that both will be ok.
He said: “Simon has a bruised foot and it was very sore after Saturday’s game, but that’s par for the course in professional sport and I’m sure he’ll be taking part in some way, shape or form.
“Warren had a tight calf which we will assessing but hopefully we will have the same numbers and bodies available as Saturday.
“Lloyd Kerry is okay now, he was still nursing an ankle knock, but he should be fit enough for selection.”
Harrogate, however, will once again be without long-term casualties Rory McArdle and Will Smith, while striker Aaron Martin missed Saturday’s home defeat to Salford due to swelling around his knee.
Tonight’s visitors are 21st in the League Two form table (taken over the last six League games) with only Stevenage, Barrow and Carlisle below them.
They have lost four of those six recent games and also drawn with Tranmere and beaten Walsall.
Hosts Carlisle have three draws and three defeats from those last six games and going further back are winless in the League for 11 games – since they beat Salford on September 4.
Like Harrogate they also have selection worries of their own, with striker Lewis Alessandra and left-back Jack Armer joining all-rounder Joe Riley on the treatment table after suffering injuries during Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Exeter
Midfielder Jon Mellish, who was sent off at the weekend, is suspended, though his place is likely to be taken by Callum Guy, who is returning from a ban of his own.