Both Leyton Orient and Rotherham United have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Sunday's Sky Bet League 1 Play-Off Final at Wembley Stadium.
The gap between the Semi-Finals and the Final has given Rotherham top-scorer Kieran Agard enough time to fully recover from a leg injury that almost prevented his involvement in the second leg against Preston North End.
As it happened Agard started the match, and that was one of two changes made by boss Steve Evans between the two legs. Richard Smallword also came into the team that night, replacing Robert Milsom and Richard Brindley.
Brindley suffered a hamstring injury in the first leg and was rated as doubtful for Wembley, but he is available for the South Yorkshire side.
Mark Bradley remains a long-term absentee for the Millers and Bournemouth loanee Miles Addison has returned to the Cherries after sustaining an ankle injury.
Leyton Orient boss Russell Slade made one change to his starting XI between the two Semi-Final games, with Lloyd James replacing Joel Lundstram for their 2-1 second leg win over Peterborough United.
Dean Cox scored the first goal in that encounter, and the winger is likely to be involved at Wembley despite a minor groin injury.
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