Lincoln have the benefit of a fully-fit squad as they return to league action against Woking.
Aside from last weekend's defeat at Tamworth in the FA Trophy, Imps boss David Holdsworth has named an unchanged line-up for the last six matches and is unlikely to change things around.
Lincoln recalled Gary Mills, Jake Sheridan, Jamie Taylor, Andrew Boyce and Dan Gray for the FA Cup tie with Mansfield at the weekend, where Holdsworth's side were denied victory by a 90th-minute equaliser.
The Imps face a replay next week, with the winner welcoming Liverpool in the third round.
But despite the packed schedule, Holdsworth is not expected to be tempted into making changes, so the likes of Vadaine Oliver, Nicky Nicolau and Colin Larkin will remain watching on from the bench.
Woking will check on Billy Knott's fitness.
The midfielder, who has only recently returned from a knee injury, was taken off after 30 minutes of the Cards' 7-0 defeat at Hyde after taking a bang to the head.
Knott was left dazed from the collision and had to be replaced and will be assessed ahead of the game.
Elsewhere, Brett Johnson starts a three-match ban after being dismissed at Hyde with the game goalless and Jon Nutter cannot play against his parent club.
Defender Jack Parkinson is closing in on a return from a hamstring injury, but the game at Sincil Bank is likely to come too soon.
Striker Guiseppe Sole has undergone a successful second operation on his knee injury but is not expected to play again this campaign.