Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett has no fresh injury concerns ahead of Tuesday's trip to AFC Fylde.
Pools will be looking to record back-to-back wins in the National League for the first time since September, following Saturday's 3-2 victory over Dover.
Defender Peter Kioso is available again after completing a two-game suspension for picking up 10 yellow cards.
Fellow defender Aaron Cunningham also missed Saturday's victory, after picking up a calf injury, and will be assessed for the game at Mill Farm.
Pools captain Carl Magnay remains out following a knee surgery while Conor Newton is also absent with a knee issue.
Promotion-chasing Fylde saw midfielder Daniel Bradley return during Saturday's 1-1 draw at Boreham Wood.
Defender Luke Burke missed the clash though, and has now sat out the Coasters' last seven league games with a hamstring injury
After Pools' thrilling comeback against Dover, there was more good news for the club's women side on Sunday afternoon.
Jonathan Gibbon-Hayes' side thrashed Rotherham 6-1 at Dyke House thanks to a Caitlin Bates hat-trick.
Jade Pye scored twice while Jenni Duffy-Smith also got on the score-sheet, as all six goals were scored inside 31 minutes.
“It was a very positive first half and some of the football we played was on another level,” said Gibbon-Hayes after the game.
“But in the second half with the wind behind us we couldn’t get our game going and were a bit sloppy at times – I think maybe some of the girls switched off because the game was dead really.
“If we play the kind of football we did in the first half then I think we’ll cause problems for every team at this level and some from the level above too."