Defender Josh Snowden could make a surprise return to the Scarborough Athletic squad tonight when Steve Kittrick's men take the lengthy trip to tackle Colwyn Bay.
Snowden came off worse in a collision with keeper Tommy Taylor on Saturday and he was taken to hospital suffering from back spasms.
Since then though, Snowden has made a swift recovery and boss Kittrick believes that he could be in with a shout of being included.
"Josh was involved in a big collision on Saturday and he was sent to hospital as a precautionary measure," said Kittrick.
"Since then though he is feeling a lot better, which is good news, and we'll see how he is before the game.
"We will also be giving Jack Johnson a fitness test as well. He kicked the bottom of a boot a week or so ago, so we want to make sure that he is fully recovered."
Colwyn Bay are one of a few teams to pick up any points at the Flamingo Land Stadium when they won 2-0 in Scarborough a couple of months ago.
Kittrick is expecting another tough test tonight.
He added: "It will be massively tough, Colwyn Bay are a very good side.
"It is all about going there and getting a result though, we just have to keep our positive run going."