FC Halifax Town could move back into the play-off places if they win at Gloucester on Saturday (3pm).
Town are two points and three places outside the play-offs, winning only six of their first 12 games in the National League North.
David Lynch is available after being taken off injured last Saturday.
Manager Billy Heath said: “He did really well last week. For the 25 minutes or so he was on he showed that he’s not just an enforcer, he’s got a good left-foot and he can play. He keeps it simple.
Richard Peniket missed last week’s game through illness but is also available, while Nathan Hotte came through last Saturday’s game without a problem.
Matty Brown won’t feature on Saturday, with Heath saying it’s “too early” for him.
Matty Kosylo is still a couple of weeks away from a return, but Heath said: “He is doing well and looking strong and fit.”
Scott McManus is said to be on schedule, with Heath saying: “We always knew it was going to be long-term.
“If he plays before Christmas he will have done well, but I don’t think he will.”
Gloucester are the second-highest scorers in the division, but go into the game on the back of a midweek FA Cup replay defeat to Hemel Hempstead.
Striker Luke Hopper is their top scorer with nine league goals but will miss the game through a knee injury.
Manager Tim Harris was previously a player for The Tigers and had a previous stint in charge of the club before leaving to join Newport County.
Lee Gregory scored four goals as Halifax beat Gloucester 5-0 the last time they met at The Shay, while goals from Gareth Seddon and Liam Needham sealed a 2-1 win at Whaddon Road in their previous game away to Gloucester.
Saturday’s National League North fixtures:
Boston United v Worcester City
Brackley Town v Darlington
Bradford Park Avenue v Telford
Chorley v Harrogate Town
FC United of Manchester v Alfreton
Gainsborough Trinity v Tamworth
Gloucester City v Halifax
Kidderminster v AFC Fylde
Nuneaton v Curzon Ashton
Stalybridge Celtic v Altrincham
Stockport v Salford City