Spotlight on Walsall v Notts
Walsall midfielder Richard Taundry could return from an ankle injury.
Notts captain Neal Bishop is set to return from suspension, after serving a three-game ban.
New-signing Jacob Blyth will be in the Magpies' squad, after moving to Meadow Lane on loan from Leicester City.
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He could join fellow loan striker John Cofie, who scored on his debut in a 1-1 draw against Crewe, in attack.
No.1 goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski could also be in contention to make a comeback from a head injury.
WALSALL (from): McLoughlin, Butler, Purkiss, J Chambers, Taylor, Downing, Baxendale, Westcarr, A Chambers, Mantom, Brandy, Featherstone, Grigg, Paterson, Grof, Hemmings, Bowerman, Holden.
NOTTS (from): Bialkowski, Spiess, Mitchell, Pilkington, Kelly, Sheehan, Leacock, Liddle, Smith, Bencherif, Pearce, Bishop, Judge, J Hughes, Zoko, Mahon, Labadie, Campbell-Ryce, Boucaud, Showunmi, Arquin, Waite, Cofie, Blyth, Thompson, Wholey, Tempest, Hollis.
The Magpies are set to face two of their former strikers – Craig Westcarr and Fabian Brandy.
While Westcarr helped Notts win the League Two title in 2010, Brandy was a total flop during a short loan at Meadow Lane when Paul Ince was in charge.
Dogged by a foot injury, he only played nine games and did not score one goal.
He is enjoying a much better time at Walsall and has scored six goals in 20 league games since joining them at the start of this season.
He has netted five of those in his last eight games.