Willenhall Town will be relying on two out of four injured centre-halves to win their fitness fights to face leaders Ashford Town (Middlesex) in tomorrow's Southern Division One West match of the day.
Reds manager Rob Smith has already ruled out centre-back Phil Rowe through a one-match ban for the third versus first contest at Noose Lane, but fellow defenders Chris Curran, Craig Slater, Vaughan Thomas and John Newall all on the treatment table.
"They are very much 50-50 fitness chances but I hope I can two of the walking wounded out onto the pitch," said Smith, who also midfielder Mark Swann serving a one-game suspension.
Solihull Borough have welcomed back midfielder Carl Adams for a second stint at Damson Park.
One-time Birmingham City player Adams, who played for Solihull last season, has rejoined from Bromsgrove Rovers and will feature in their match at Bracknell.
Justin Marsden, Neil Manton and Stuart Hamilton remain long-term casualties but manager Tony Dobson has no new injury problems.
Bromsgrove are seeking to add a forward to their strike-force after ruling out new signing Neil Davis.
Front-runner Davis, signed from Moor Green as one of manager Rod Brown's first signings, has suffered a recur-rence of the calf injury which had plagued his season at Moors. A loan move for Moors' Sean Dowdall has fallen through.
Rovers also have a fitness worry over Kevin Banner (knee) for tomorrow's match at promotion-chasing Marlow.
But striker James Smith is expected to be fit, despite suffering head injuries which promoted a 15-minute delay to last week's draw with Brackley.
Former Bromsgrove striker Ben Porter is set to complete his return to Rushall Olympic for their trip to Brackley.
Porter had impressed with the Pics after returning from a stint coaching in America earlier in the season before joining Rovers.
Dave Read (concussion) is ruled out but Troy Doughlin (broken nose) and Rob Vassell (hamstring) can play.
Bedworth United expect to complete the signing of Paul Hatton from Stourport Swifts to feature in their fixture at Paulton Rovers, while Russell Dodd (illness) and Tom Coley (ankle) are the main fitness worries for Stourport's trip to Cinderford Town.