PAUL Hurst has no new injury concerns going into Saturday's Lincolnshire derby at Lincoln City.
Toto Nsiala, who limped out of Saturday's 2-2 draw against Torquay with a foot problem, is fit again and has been training throughout the week.
Jon Paul Pittman and Marcus Marshall have both fully recovered from injuries that forced them to miss Town's opening games, but Paul Hurst is unlikely to throw the pair in from the start at Sincil Bank. Speaking on Mariners PlayerHD ahead of the game, the Town boss said: "We have got two games in three days but I am not going to pick a team for Saturday with Monday in mind.
"They are both (JP and Marshall) looking like they are getting fitter. I doubt that if they started they would last the full ninety minutes, so the dilemma there is do you start them or give them a bit of time and go on and potentially make an impact."
Paul Hurst will now have to decide whether to recall Padraig Amond to the side. The Irishman started Saturday's game on the bench but came on to head the Mariners' equaliser against the Gulls.
Scott Brown and Josh Sunter are Paul Hurst's only absentees.