Yeovil are boosted by Dean Parrett's return to action as Scunthorpe visit Huish Park on Tuesday night.
The on-loan Tottenham midfielder took no part in the Glovers' 2-1 victory at Oldham due to a one-match suspension earned for his dismissal against MK Dons.
Full-back Nathan Jones (ankle) remains doubtful for Gary Johnson's side as they strive to secure a fourth consecutive victory in their surprising late rally for a top-half finish in npower League One.
Andy Williams sealed victory at Boundary Park as he rounded Latics' keeper Alex Cisak to slot home his 12th league goal of the season and Johnson was quick to praise his free-scoring midfielder
He told the club's official website: "He took the chance with aplomb, I knew from his first touch that the ball would end up in the back of the net. He's enjoying his football and long may that continue."
Johnson added: "We believe we can win enough football matches to be up there in the top half."
Scunthorpe midfielders Sam Togwell and Josh Walker will return to contention following suspension.
Togwell has completed a three-game ban following his recent dismissal at Sheffield United and Walker returns after sitting out Saturday's goalless draw at Preston after his two yellow cards at Oldham.
Fellow midfielder Michael O'Connor, sent off against Wycombe last week, will serve the final game of his three-match ban.
Manager Alan Knill expects both Paul Reid and Damien Mozika to shake off minor injuries.
Centre-half Reid played on despite feeling his hamstring during the first half at the weekend, while Mozika took a blow to the face.
Knill has no other new injury or suspension worries as his side look to extend the five-point gap between themselves and the bottom four.