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Brentford boss Uwe Rosler has the luxury of picking the same side for the third match running against Oldham in Tuesday night's League One clash.
The Bees kept their slim play-off hopes alive thanks to Saturday's 2-1 away victory against promotion chasing MK Dons. They currently sit in ninth, eight points off sixth-placed Carlisle with nine games to play.
Midfielder Myles Weston could be fit following an ankle problem picked up a fortnight ago in a reserve match.
Kevin O'Connor remains a long term absentee also with an ankle injury.
Clayton Donaldson has scored four in his last three matches and will be hoping to continue his impressive form as Brentford seek their fourth straight win.
Oldham boss Paul Dickov is likely to be without Reece Brown.
The defender played the last game of his loan spell from Manchester United in Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Notts County but Dickov hopes to extend the deal.
Dean Bouzanis will start his second game in goal in place of the injured Alex Cisak (shoulder), with goalkeeping coach Paul Gerrard in reserve on the bench.
Skipper Dean Furman is also expected to continue in midfield after a successful return from a knee injury against the Magpies.
Midfielder Filipe Morais was recalled to the bench against in that fixture for the first time since his car accident and will be pushing for a starting place.
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- At least it's a change from all the bad news