Hylton bagged a hat-trick to help see off Rotherham 3-1 in the previous round, taking his tally in this season's competition to seven goals in three games.
But he was then shown a red card and has faced an agonising wait ever since to see if the Shots' January fixtures would survive the big freeze, with his three-match ban finally completed with the passing of Tuesday's 2-1 home defeat to Northampton.
Hylton's return is a timely one with fellow striker Dani Lopez ineligible for FA Cup action and now having returned to parent club Stevenage with his loan stay due to expire this weekend.
New loan signing Lionel Ainsworth made his bow as a second-half substitute in midweek and will be pushing for a full debut at the Riverside.
But fellow new boy Terrell Forbes is cup-tied having played in an earlier round for Chesterfield.