The AFC Bournemouth squad makes the weekend trip to Queens Park Rangers without having to report any fresh injury problems.
The side battled to a 1-0 home win over Rotherham United on Wednesday, Philip Billing scoring the winner in the first half.
In his pre-match press conference caretaker manager Jonathan Woodgate spoke about the fitness situation in the Cherries' squad while updating on the progress of some of the sidelined players approaching returns.
"They were fine," said Woodgate on the fallout from the Wednesday match. "Apart from the players that we had out already.
"Steve Cook is hopefully a week or so away, Jack Stacey will start running next week, so hopefully we can start getting a few more back."
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Woodgate also spoke about top scorer Dominic Solanke with the striker expected to be returning to first-team contention in around a fortnight.
He explained: "Dom will hopefully be back in a couple of weeks and that will be fantastic.
"Don't forget that we've won these three games and drawn one without our top goalscorer, he's scored a number of goals this season and is a fantastically talented player."