NIGEL Clough has no fresh injury concerns heading into tomorrow's away game at Rotherham United.
The Brewers will be looking to extend their current unbeaten run in the league to six games at the New York Stadium.
All 14 players who took to the field against AFC Wimbledon on Tuesday night came through unscathed, while the Brewers will also see how Reece Hutchinson comes through training on Friday, the young left-back having not played since the 1-0 win over Fleetwood Town three weeks ago.
But the game may come too soon for Nathan Broadhead, who is back with the club after returning to Everton regarding a hamstring issue.
“We’re going to see how Reece is, he’s down to train this morning,” said Clough.
“Nathan Broadhead is back from Everton, we’re not sure if he’ll be up to going straight back in, but we’ll see.
“He’s been working hard there, they’ve got all his pre-season measurements on his hamstring and everything.
“We’re trying to get him back up to where he was in pre-season and hopefully he’ll be ready to go.
“Everyone else came through the other night okay.”