Right-back Danny Coid and on-loan Wigan centre-back Rob Kiernan are expected to miss the rest of the season with respective knee and ankle problems, while skipper Dean Winnard is unlikely to feature again this term after undergoing ankle surgery on Wednesday.
Aristote Nsiala (suspended) and Sean Hessey (hamstring) complete Cook’s defensive woes and forward Craig Linfield is set to continue as an emergency right-back after filling the position during Tuesday’s 2-0 loss to Oxford.
Midfielder Bryan Hughes remains on the sidelines with a hamstring injury, while long-term absentee Alan Burton has resumed light training following his double hernia operation.
Stanley head into the game on the back of consecutive defeats and they have won just one of 10 games since Cook succeeded John Coleman last month.
Championship strugglers Reading and Bolton shared an uninspiring 1-1 draw at Madejski Stadium that does little to ease either side's relegation fears.
Newport County manager Michael Flynn was angry at his side's wastefulness as the Welsh club were held to a 3-3 draw by Forest Green Rovers.
Former Stag Ollie Palmer ruined David Flitcroft's first game in charge of Mansfield as the Lincoln substitute struck a late equaliser to ensure a dramatic local
Sean Maguire came off the bench to secure victory for Preston for the second game in a row as they moved to within one point of the Sky Bet Championship play-of
Fulham continued their relentless pursuit of the Sky Bet Championship automatic promotion places as Aleksandar Mitrovic's double inspired an imperious 3-0 win o
A late Lee Collins goal gave Forest Green a 3-3 draw with Newport County at Rodney Parade.
Joe Morrell's second-half strike earned Cheltenham a point after a 1-1 draw against promotion-chasing Notts County.
Billy Kee scored the winning goal as title-chasing Accrington closed the gap to one point on leaders Luton with a 1-0 win over Morecambe.