Town's injury hit striker has returned to training and will play in tomorrow's Reserve trip to Oldham (7.00).
The 24-year-old hasn't played for a month because of a back problem, but he now appears ready for action.
Manager Peter Jackson believes it's a massive boost with Town joint second in League I and having lost just once in nine matches as the run-in reaches a crucial stage.
"To have a striker of Pawel Abbott's quality coming back at this point in time is a huge bonus for us," said Jackson. "Add him to the likes of Andy Booth, David Graham, Gary Taylor-Fletcher and John McAliskey and we're looking pretty strong in the forward department.
"Pav has obviously been out quite a while, but he trained excellently yesterday and we've pencilled him in for 90 minutes over at Oldham tomorrow.
"Hopefully he will come through the game without any problems and he'll be ready to rejoin the full squad and the race to be our top scorer for a second successive season."
Abbott (pcitured) will play alongside McAliskey tomorrow as Town bid to re-take the leadership of Pontin's Holidays League I Central.
The 13-goal former Poland Under 21 striker, however, will have his firm focus on Saturday's trip to take on Ronnie Jepson's Gillingham.
Taylor-Fletcher (hamstring), Chris Brandon (dead-leg) and Mark Hudson (ankle stitches) didn't train yesterday and stay under treatment.
Defender Tom Clarke makes his return to action tomorrow while Adnan Ahmed and Michael Collins are selected in midfield.
Town - Rachubka, T Clarke, McCombe, Hardy, Walls, Ahmed, Collins, Young, Skarz, Abbott, McAliskey.