Duo poised for Tractor Boys bow
Nigel Reo-Coker and Stephen Henderson come into contention for their Ipswich debuts away at Hull.
Midfielder Reo-Coker has been brought in on a short-term deal until January to try and help struggling Town climb the Championship table, while goalkeeper Henderson has arrived on a three-month loan deal from West Ham.
Henderson's arrival takes Ipswich's number of loan players to eight and manager Paul Jewell has plenty to ponder ahead of the trip to the KC Stadium.
Only five are allowed in any matchday 18, although Guirane N'Daw and Daryl Murphy are excluded as they are from overseas clubs. That means one of Henderson, DJ Campbell, Richie Wellens, Bilel Mohsni - also recent recruits - Danny Higginbotham and Massimo Luongo must be omitted.
Striker Michael Chopra comes back into the frame after he was left out of the 2-1 home defeat to Cardiff last time out, with the game coming just days after he was one of nine people charged in connection with race-fixing by the British Horseracing Authority (BHA).
Full-back Elliott Hewitt is recovering from a bout of tonsillitis while striker Paul Taylor (foot) remains a long-term absentee.