New signing Ryan Bowman could be set for an Exeter debut at home to Morecambe.
The striker joined from Motherwell on January 2 - the day before top-scorer Jayden Stockley departed for Preston - and is likely to be on the bench.
Defender Luke Croll is a couple of weeks away from fitness after a recurrence of a groin injury while midfielder Hiram Boateng has had a setback in his recovery from a hip flexor problem. Defenders Craig Woodman and James Oates and striker Lee Holmes have all trained this week and will be assessed before the weekend.
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Morecambe's AJ Leitch-Smith has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a hamstring problem. The forward sustained the injury in Saturday's draw with Crewe and scans have revealed the damage is worse than initially thought.
Defender Ritchie Sutton is set for a debut after the 32-year-old joined from Tranmere on an 18-month deal. On-loan Josef Yarney returned to parent club Newcastle this week.
Exeter have lost just one of their last 10 Football League games against Morecambe (W5 D4), a 1-2 defeat in March 2018.
Morecambe have won just one of their seven away matches against Exeter in League Two (D4 L2), and are winless at St James' Park since a 3-0 victory back in August 2012 (P5 W0 D3 L2 since).
Exeter have lost three of their last six home games in League Two (W2 D1), tasting defeat as often as they did in their previous 23 such matches.
Morecambe have won just once in their last nine league matches (D4 L4), a 3-0 victory over Cambridge in December.
Kevin Ellison has scored four league goals against Exeter for Morecambe; only versus Yeovil (5) and Newport County (6) has the midfielder scored more league goals for the club.