Lincoln City vs Wrexham: Oliver out for Imps
Lincoln striker Vadaine Oliver will be unavailable when his side play host to league leaders Wrexham.
Oliver was shown a straight red card during Saturday's win over Southport for a touchline clash with Neill Byrne and will begin a three-match suspension.
Fellow strikers Adam Smith and Craig Hobson are vying for a starting place in his absence to partner Jamie Taylor.
Oliver's dismissal leaves manager Gary Simpson short of attacking options after forward Colin Larkin left the club by mutual consent on Friday.
Midfielder Dan Gray is available for selection though. after completing a three-match suspension, and could be included.
Saturday's result was The Imps' first league win in seven attempts and moves them four points clear of the relegation zone.
Wrexham skipper Dean Keates is unavailable for his side's trip.
Keates received his 10th yellow card of the season during Saturday's defeat at Dartford and will serve a two-match ban.
Fellow midfielder Johnny Hunt is expected to deputise in the middle while veteran Glen Little also provides further options in that area for player-manager Andy Morrell.
Keates' absence leaves Morrell short of cover with Jay Harris also in the middle of a four-match suspension.
Defender Martin Riley has missed the last three games with a hamstring strain and is unlikely to feature again.
Wrexham's defeat at the weekend was The Dragons' first of 2013, bringing an end to their 13-match unbeaten run in the league, but Morrell's side remain top of the division on goal difference.