The 31-year-old midfielder has not played since October after damaging his medial ligaments during the 2-2 draw at Coventry but is hoping to be involved as the Robins look for a third consecutive win.
Navarro had hoped to feature on Boxing Day away at Leyton Orient but the game was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Boss Paolo Di Canio is unlikely to be tempted into making changes from the side that thrashed Tranmere 5-0 at the County Ground in the club's last outing.
It was Swindon's second successive victory and clean sheet and Di Canio is expected to keep faith with the side that started both games.
The Robins remain without defender Jay McEveley, who is out for a further two months after undergoing knee surgery.