Kelvin Bleau has missed the last three games with a groin strain and Stefan Galinski faces a late test on a knee injury.
Matt Regan, omitted from the squad for Tuesday’s home defeat by Chorley, could return if Galinski is unable to play. Oliver Crowley will continue to deputise for Bleau if he is still unfit.
The Bridge will again be without long-term injury victim Aidan Chippendale, with no date set for his return to action.
Gary Lowe takes his Hyde side to Stockport County still without a win since he and assistant Martyn Booty reassumed command at Ewen Fields on January 2.
Without signings, suspensions or injuries he may field the same 16 who lost to Boston United last weekend.
Ashton United will have two new faces in the squad for their home Evo-stik NPL premier division clash with Grantham when they will be hoping to make it five consecutive league victories.
Former Hyde full-back D’Arcy O’Connor should make his debut along with ex-Trafford striker Michael Oates.
For the first time in weeks Curzon Ashton have no injuries or suspensions beyond long-term absentees Ryan Watson and Andy Watson. The Blues are away to Rushall Olympic.
In the first division north, Manchester Premier Cup finalists Mossley ought to be able to extend their unbeaten start to 2015 at home to Ossett Albion.
Josh Granite returns after injury and there may be a loan signing in the squad. Dougie Carroll (foot) and Matty Purcell (ankle) are the only two absentees.
Droylsden face Scarborough at the Butchers Arms. Steve Hall faces a late fitness test.