Bournemouth boss Jason Tindall will have Philip Billing and Rodrigo Riquelme back for the visit of Crawley in the FA Cup fourth round.
The duo were absent for the loss at Derby last Tuesday with hamstring injuries but have returned to training and are in contention for the midweek clash.
The Cherries made 10 changes for the 4-1 win against Oldham in the previous round and are set to rotate their squad once again.
Ex-Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere, who recently joined on a deal until the end of the season, will hope to make his first start in his second spell at the club on Tuesday night.
Crawley are without five unnamed players following a Covid-19 outbreak at the Sky Bet League Two club.
The Reds’ training ground was deep cleaned and sanitised after the outbreak was confirmed last Tuesday.
The remaining members of the squad returned to the training ground on Monday, with manager John Yems saying: “We’ve got 18 players, and if we didn’t think they were good enough to play for the football club they shouldn’t be here.”
Crawley have sold top scorer Max Watters to Cardiff since the shock 3-0 third-round victory over Leeds and include new striker Davide Rodari, who has arrived from non-league Hastings.