MICHAEL Duff will have to leave one of his loan players out of his each squad now all six are available.
Striker Max Watters is back after serving a three-game ban for a red card against Cambridge United. He also missed training with a toe injury.
For him to return to the bench or starting line-up, Barnsley would have to drop one of the other five loanees as teams are only allowed five in a matchday squad.
The others are Harry Isted and Bobby Thomas who have been regular starters since signing in January, Ziyad Larkeche – the back-up left wing-back – fit-again striker Slobodan Tedic, who has been coming off the bench regularly, and forward Josh Martin who made his first appearance in four games as a substitute on Saturday.
Head coach Michael Duff said: “It will change from game to game. We won’t always get it right. It’s the unfortunate thing of having six loans but we needed the cover in January because we had so many injuries.
“If someone is not on the bench at the weekend it doesn’t mean they won’t play this season because football changes quickly.”