The right-back has not played since the 4-0 victory over Dagenham on March 6 because of an ankle injury and has been pencilled in for a comeback against Plymouth at the County Ground next weekend.
Winger Matt Ritchie missed the two away victories against Barnet and Morecambe over the course of the past week after being substituted with a minor knock during the goalless home draw with Bristol Rovers, but the former Portsmouth man could come back into the reckoning against the Cobblers.
On-loan forward Jonathan Tehoue has been told he has no future at the club by manager Paolo Di Canio and will therefore not be part of the matchday squad.
Boss Aidy Boothroyd will select from an unchanged Northampton squad.
Changes are probably in the offing for the Cobblers' second game in four days.
Defenders Byron Webster and Anthony Charles and forwards Lewis Young and Brett Williams were on the bench for the 2-1 home win over Oxford.
Charles, Young and Williams, who scored the winning goal in injury time, all got some game time on Friday and will be pushing for starts.
The victory over Oxford moved Northampton nine points clear of the relegation zone but Boothroyd said: "I don't think you can say we are safe.
"I want to beat last year's points total, I want us to finish on a high and I want our supporters to know that we mean business."