Tahvon Campbell is an injury doubt for Yeovil as they welcome Solihull Moors to Somerset for their FA Cup first round clash on Saturday.
The West Brom loanee was forced off after 24 minutes during their draw against Grimsby due to an injury and will have a late fitness test to determine if the striker will feature.
Fit-again Francois Zoko, Izale McLeod and Tom Eaves are all pushing for starts up front if Campbell is unavailable for Darren Way's side.
Bournemouth loanee Ben Whitfield and Liam Shephard are also aiming to be in contention for a starting place.
National League side Solihull Moors make the 300-mile round-trip to Huish Park with the immediate future of manager Marcus Bignot still uncertain.
The 42-year-old has been in charge of The Moors for five years and guided them to promotion last season, but has since been approached by Yeovil's League Two rivals Grimsby over their vacant managerial position.
On the pitch, Solihull are sweating on the fitness of captain Ryan Beswick, who has missed the last two matches with a groin injury.
Goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan is also expected to miss out through injury and striker Darryl Knights is banned, while fellow forward Harry White is pushing for a start having scored the winner off the bench in last weekend's victory at Braintree.