Centre-back Andy Watson returns after compassionate leave to attend to a family illness, and midfielder Darren Thornton is available after completing a three-match ban.
However Danny Shaw, signed from New Mills a couple of weeks ago, is cup-tied. Matty Warburton is out for at least two weeks with ankle ligament damage and Luke Horrocks has a virus.
Jonathan Hunt's ankle injury continues to improve and Flanagan has his fingers crossed that he will be able to play next weekend.
Paul Phillips and Steve Halford have no such problems ahead of Ashton United's tie at Spennymoor. Only long-term injury victim Connor Roberts-Nurse is unavailable.
All winning sides in the third qualifying round receive £7,500 in prize money and go just one step away from the first round proper.
Outside the FA Cup, tomorrow's big match is the Tameside derby at Seel Park between Mossley and Droylsden.
Attacking midfielder Andy Keogh returns for the Lilywhites after completing a ban and there is likely to be a debut for new signing Caldon Henson, who has played for Radcliffe Borough and Ossett Albion.
The Bloods have a full squad to call on.
Former Oldham Athletic defender Kelvin Lomax has re-signed for Hyde and is likely to go straight into the side that plays at Hednesford tomorrow. Fans will be hoping the Tigers can build on Monday's 3-3 draw with high-flying Chorley and pick up some badly needed points.
However, manager Scott McNiven describes Louis Almond, Liam Chilvers and Luke Giverin as struggling.
Stalybridge Celtic and Glossop North End are without a game.