Bristol City v Nottingham Forest, match preview panel
Bristol team news: Midfielders Cole Skuse and Neil Kilkenny and striker Ryan Taylor are out, while veteran defender Louis Carey is struggling to overcome a knee problem.
If Carey fails a fitness test, James Wilson is likely to deputise in the centre of defence.
O'Driscoll must decide whether or not to select Marvin Elliott, who will only return from international duty with Jamaica, in Mexico, today.
Bristol (from): Heaton, Moloney, Wilson, Fontaine, Cunningham, Anderson, Elliott, Kelly, Pearson, Baldock, Davies, Carey, Burns, Stead, Nyatanga, Foster, Reid, Gerken.
Forest team news: Adlene Guedioura has shaken off a minor injury that he collected on international duty in the African Cup of Nations and could play a part in the squad.
Daniel Ayala has also had a full week of training and is closer to match fitness.
But caretaker manager Rob Kelly has intimated that he will not make a host of changes.
Forest: Darlow, Harding, Halford, Collins, Jara, Cohen, Lansbury, Moussi, Guedioura, Majewski, Reid, Sharp, Henderson, Cox, Blackstock, Gillett, McGugan, Al-Rashidi, Ward, Ayala.
One to watch: Brendan Moloney.
The Irish defender left the City Ground in January in search of regular first team football – and he has secured it at Ashton Gate.
Full-back Moloney has started the last three games and has quickly settled into life at his new club, under former Reds boss Sean O'Driscoll.