Brighton v Reading
New Brighton signing Federico Turienzo is still recovering from the minor knee injury he picked up in pre-season.
Keeper Michel Kuipers is missing with a shoulder injury so loan signing Wayne Henderson will keep his place.
Reading new-boys Chris Makin and John Oster could be in line for their debuts as the Royals look to bounce back from Saturday's defeat to Plymouth.
Brynjar Gunnarsson remains sidelined with damaged knee ligaments but striker Dave Kitson is in contention to start
Burnley v Sheff Utd
Burnley have defender John McGreal available after an X-ray revealed he did not break his cheekbone against Crewe on Saturday.
Danny Karbassiyoon has been given an injection to try and solve his groin problem and he could train this week.
Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock will stick with the same starting line-up that beat Leicester 4-1 on Saturday.
Sunderland target Andy Gray has been included in the squad despite rumours speculation surrounding his future
Millwall v Coventry
Unsettled midfielder David Livermore could return to the Millwall team after missing Sunday's defeat at Leeds with a thigh injury.
Livermore has attracted interest from Southampton and Sunderland since submitting a transfer request recently.
Coventry manager Micky Adams has no fresh injury concerns as his side prepare for the second of three straight away games.
Ankle injury victim Stuart Giddings is likely to be the only absentee.
Norwich v Crewe
Norwich boss Nigel Worthington hopes Dean Marney (calf) and Simon Charlton (toe) recover in time to face Crewe after both limped off on Saturday.
Teenager Ryan Jarvis is definitely out, while fellow hamstring injury victim Youssef Safri is also set to be absent but midfielder Jason Jarrett may start.
Crewe manager Dario Gradi has no fresh injury problems.
Striker Luke Rodgers (ankle) could come into contention but defender Chris McCready (ankle) is likely to miss out
Wolves v Crystal Palace
Wolves boss Glenn Hoddle may rest midfielder Paul Ince after the veteran played 90 minutes on Saturday having just recovered from a knee injury.
Jody Craddock (calf), Matt Murray (foot) and Mark Clyde (ankle) are out.
Dougie Freedman could return to the Crystal Palace side after missing the surprise defeat to Luton with a hamstring injury.
Midfielder Aki Riihilahti (calf) could also recover, but defender Danny Granville is lacking match fitness.
Sheff Wed v Hull
Defenders Graham Coughlan and Drissa Diallo have been added to Sheffield Wednesday's squad after recovering from back and groin injuries respectively.
Lee Bullen (Achilles), Drew Talbot (back), Barry Corr (thigh) and Jon-Paul McGovern (back) remain sidelined.
Hull travel to their Yorkshire rivals with Mark Lynch their only absentee.
The defender suffered a dislocated kneecap after just 45 seconds of his debut against QPR on Saturday after colliding with advertising hoardings
QPR v Ipswich
QPR will be without winger Lee Cook who is likely to be out for two weeks with strained knee ligaments.
Midfielder Marc Bircham (thigh) and defender Dan Shittu (groin) will both have fitness tests but striker Dean Sturridge is definitely out.
Defender Mark Fish is set to make his Ipswich debut after arriving from Charlton on a month's loan.
Fish will replace Jason de Vos (cracked ribs) with another potential deputy Aidan Collins also injured.
Cardiff v Leeds
Cardiff striker Alan Lee could start in place of Paul Parry, who struggled in the 1-0 defeat at Ipswich in an unaccustomed role up front.
New signing Jason Koumas looks likely to remain sidelined with a groin strain but could be fit for Friday's home encounter with Watford.
Leeds boss Kevin Blackwell has no new injury worries.
Striker Rob Hulse (ankle) and summer signing Steve Stone (Achilles) remain long-term absentees.
Leicester v Stoke
Danny Tiatto misses out for Leicester as he completes a three-match ban.
Stephen Hughes continues to be troubled by an ankle problem, while Patrick Kisnorbo will play no part as he recovers from knee surgery.
Stoke are hoping to win an appeal over Gerry Taggart's red card against Sheffield Wednesday but if not, he will miss three games.
Darel Russell (hamstring) could also be missing along with skipper Michael Duberry (thigh).
Luton v Southampton
Sol Davis and Chris Coyne could both return for Luton after intensive treatment on thigh and hamstring injuries respectively.
Carlos Edwards is hoping to make his debut after a thigh injury but keeper Marlon Beresford is set to be out.
Southampton defender Claus Lundekvam serves a one-match ban after his red card against Wolves on Saturday.
Brett Ormerod is a doubt with a virus, so Ricardo Fuller and Kenwyne Jones are likely to start in attack
Plymouth v Watford
Plymouth boss Bobby Williamson is likely to keep faith with a winning line-up following victory at Reading.
Nigerian defender Taribo West is still in Italy waiting for paperwork to allow him to join the club to go through.
Watford skipper Gavin Mahon is struggling to recover from the knee injury he suffered in pre-season that kept him out on Saturday.
Darius Henderson should continue alongside Marlon King in attack after scoring on his debut.
Scunthorpe v Barnsley
Scunthorpe midfielder Ian Baraclough is expected to be fit despite sustaining a nasty cut to his head during the opening-day defeat at Brentford.
Peter Beagrie and Tommy Johnson are both available after missing Saturday's defeat due to a lack of match fitness.
Barnsley defender Paul Reid faces a test on the thigh injury which forced him to miss the win against Swindon.
Robbie Williams has a one-game ban for his dismissal for handball on Saturday and could be replaced by Nicky Wroe
Tranmere v Blackpool
Tranmere manager Brian Little has a doubt over striker Calvin Zola after he suffered a groin injury in the 1-0 defeat at Swansea on Saturday.
Fellow forward Steve Davies remains sidelined with a groin injury but could be available to face Oldham on Friday.
Blackpool are still missing the services of defenders Gareth Evans (knee) and Tony Butler (thigh).
The Seasiders have no other new injury or suspension worries as they aim to record their first win of the season.
Bournemouth v Hartlepool
Bournemouth look likely to stick with the same starting team which secured a 2-2 draw against MK Dons on Saturday.
Loan signing Andrew Surnam seems set to keep his place after the Southampton midfielder capped an impressive debut with the last-minute equaliser.
Hartlepool boss Martin Scott has no fresh injury worries to contend with.
Mark Tinkler may return after missing the opening-day defeat to Bradford but a decision about his fitness will not be made until the day of the game.
Bradford v Southend
Bradford winger Bobby Petta is expected to shake off a knock sustained in Saturday's 2-0 win at Hartlepool.
That means manager Colin Todd is likely to name the starting line-up.
Southend defender Spencer Prior is a doubt after injuring a calf muscle in the defeat to Port Vale and could be replaced by Lewis Hunt or Andy Edwards.
Striker Shaun Goater will not be considered for his debut until he is match fit and Jay Smith remains on the sidelines because of injury.
Huddersfield v Bristol City
Huddersfield boss Peter Jackson has no new injury worries for his side's opening home match of the season.
That means summer signing Gary Taylor-Fletcher remains on the bench.
Bristol City defender David Partridge will be part of Brian Tinnion's senior squad for the first time since his £150,000 summer move from Motherwell.
The 26-year-old centre-back has been suffering with a thigh problem, but played 90 minutes for a youthful Robins side at Penryn on Thursday.
Colchester v Swansea
Colchester are likely to field an unchanged side despite losing to Gillingham on the opening day.
Richard Garcia, Marino Keith, Stephen Hunt and John White are all still absent because of injuries.
Swansea will be without defender Garry Monk for around a month after he sustained a leg injury on Saturday.
Skipper Roberto Martinez should play despite cracking a bone in his nose at the weekend but midfielder Andy Robinson is still suspended.
Doncaster v Milton K
Doncaster keeper Andy Warrington will continue to deputise for the injured Jan Budtz in between the posts.
Midfielder Ricky Ravenhill returns after a ban while defenders Paul Green and Nick Fenton should be fit despite picking up knocks at the weekend.
MK Dons midfielder Wade Small should shake off an injury niggle in time but forward Clive Platt is suspended for the next three games.
Striker Nicky Rizzo is sidelined with a hamstring injury
Port Vale v Gillingham
Port Vale manager Martin Foyle seems likely to name an unchanged side after Saturday's 2-1 win at Southend.
Lee Matthews and Michael Walsh remain sidelined but will step up training next week and are expected to be fit for Monday's game against Brentford.
Gillingham boss Neale Cooper will choose from an unchanged squad.
Matthew Jarvis, Danny Spiller and Alan Pouton were carrying niggling injuries against Colchester, but all three came through the 2-1 win unscathed.
Walsall v Nott'm For Nottingham Forest defender Alan Rogers has been ruled out as he serves the second game of a three-match ban for a dismissal in a pre-season match.
Striker Jack Lester, who is recovering from cruciate knee ligament problems, is likely to be Forest's only other absentee as they seek a second win.
Walsall team news to follow later
Swindon v Oldham
Swindon manager Andy King has added 17-year-old midfielder Andy Caton to his squad because Stefani Miglioranzi is still battling an ankle injury.
Defender Charlie Comyn-Platt is in contention after overcoming a back problem but Rory Fallon is serving the last game of a three-match ban.
Oldham boss Ronnie Moore could make changes as his squad prepare for the second of three matches in six days.
Skipper Chris Swailes and striker Luke Beckett remain sidelined with injuries.
Yeovil v Rotherham
Yeovil are still waiting for international clearance on Argentine striker Pablo Bastianini.
Yeovil are hoping the paperwork comes through in time for their new signing to figure in the squad.
Rotherham manager Mick Harford could name an unchanged side as the Millers seeks their first win of the season.
Harford has no new injury or suspension worries and is likely to keep faith with the players who slumped to a last-minute defeat against Walsall. (BBC)