DAVID GRAHAM is on standby for a recall at Gillingham tomorrow.
The six-goal loan man may have to start at the Priestfield Stadium because Chris Brandon is struggling to overcome a dead-leg injury.
While 13-goal striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher (back) and midfielder Mark Hudson (ankle) both returned to full training yesterday, Brandon remained under treatment from physio Lee Martin.
"I would say Chris has only a 50-50 chance of making it," said manager Peter Jackson, whose squad travelled south today.
"The knock he got against Barnsley has proved more of a problem than we thought, so we'll just have to wait and see."
Graham - who has missed successive starts after a bout of illness - could resume his partnership with 14-goal leading scorer Andy Booth, although Pawel Abbott (back) is an option after his return to action following a month on the sidelines.
Town trained at the Galpharm before setting off in search of only a third win in Gillingham in nine visits, their last being in 1989.
"It's important we make a good start tomorrow and don't end up chasing the game," said Jacko, 45 yesterday.
"If we can get our noses in front then it will give us a great chance of getting the three points we want. I've told the lads I want another clean sheet and they are all up for the challenge tomorrow against a Gillingham side who have a very good home record.
"No-one knows how many points will take us up, but three tomorrow will be a big help for sure."