Scunthorpe v Fleetwood preview
Last Updated: 21/08/18 4:09pm
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson will be assessed ahead of Scunthorpe's home clash with Fleetwood.
The on-loan Manchester United defender missed Sunday's 3-0 defeat to Sunderland at the Stadium of Light with a dead leg.
Funso Ojo could be in contention for a start at Glanford Park after impressing having come off the bench. Ryan Colclough is another option up front for Daws who may be tempted to shuffle his pack after three games without a win.
Fleetwood boss Joey Barton has a number of concerns following his side's 2-2 draw with Rochdale on Saturday, but new loan signing James Husband is expected to be in the squad. Striker Ched Evans is a major doubt after being forced off at the weekend after aggravating a previous knock.
Cian Bolger and Kyle Dempsey are also doubtful after picking up minor injuries as Rochdale hit back twice to claim a draw. Barton, who signed Husband on loan from Norwich until January on Monday, could look to make changes after admitting his frustration at the way his side threw away the three points.
Scunthorpe have won just one of their last five league meetings with Fleetwood (D2 L2), a 3-2 win at the Highbury Stadium in the most recent clash.
Fleetwood have kept three clean sheets in their five previous trips to Glanford Park, and only conceded one goal each in the other two games (P5 W2 D2 L1).
Scunthorpe suffered defeat last time out against Sunderland, their first league loss since March 2018 v Shrewsbury - winning five and drawing five of their last 10 matches beforehand.
Fleetwood have won one, drawn one and lost one of their first three league games, but their sole victory did come in their last match away from home, winning 2-0 at Oxford.
Ched Evans has scored in each of his last two league games, last netting in three successive league matches back in August 2016 - his first three appearances for Chesterfield.