Brentford have been out of action since 10 December but look set to finally return to the pitch against Chelsea in Wednesday's Carabao Cup quarter-final.
Thomas Frank's side are coming out the end of a Covid-19 outbreak but are still battling numerous injury problems, so expect some rotation and fringe players to see minutes.
Here's how he could set up.
1. Goalkeeper & defenders
Alvaro Fernandez (GK) - With David Raya out injured, Fernandez is the only senior goalkeeper available.
Charlie Goode (CB) - Kristoffer Ajer's absence has allowed Goode to break though to the first team, and the 26-year-old should keep his place here.
Mads Bech Sorensen (CB) - Sorensen tested positive for Covid-19 before the recent spike but should be back and available for some much-needed minutes.
Ethan Pinnock (CB) - Similarly, Pinnock's positive test was over ten days ago and he should be healthy enough to start this one.
Sergi Canos (RM) - Canos hasn't actually played since December 5 because of suspension, so he'll be desperate to see some minutes again.
Frank Onyeka (CM) - Starts have been tough to come by for Onyeka in recent weeks and he'll be hopeful of an extended run-out in this one.
Shandon Baptiste (CM) - Baptiste was just establishing himself as a starter before Covid took over.
Mathias Jensen (CM) - Jensen has been a Carabao Cup regular this season and may even wear the captain's armband.
Rico Henry (LM) - Options are slim at left-back, so Henry could keep his spot.
Marcus Forss (ST) - The competition's top scorer, Forss has five goals in just three games this season and deserves another appearance.
Bryan Mbeumo (ST) - Ivan Toney is back from illness but may not be fit enough to start, although don't be surprised to see him towards the end of the game.