We take a look at the latest info from both camps ahead of Saturday's game at Mill Farm (3pm kick-off).
Jack Munns could move in to contention for a place in the line-up on Saturday after playing 45 minutes in his comeback game for the Reserves on Wednesday night.
The midfielder has not played since the end of January after having surgery to remove a tumour from his mouth but completed the first half at Dunston to press his claims for a First Team recall.
However, Scott Harrison definitely won’t be available for the trip to AFC Fylde after he was sent-off in the 0-0 draw against Boreham Wood and then therefore serves a one-game suspension.
Ryan Donaldson and Aaron Cunningham are still a little way from fitness after their ankle surgery, while Kenton Richardson is still recovering from an operation to repair his fractured collarbone.
Fylde midfielder Sam Finley scored a twice in their 7-1 hammering of Aldershot Town last weekend but he won’t be available to face Pools at Mill Farm on Saturday.
The 25-year-old was shown a second yellow card - and subsequently a third red card of the season – after over-celebrating his second goal and will now begin a three-match ban.
Young midfielder Jordan Flores could press his claims for a place in the squad after following Wigan Athletic team-mates Luke Burke, Sam Stubbs and Theo Roberts in joining The Coasters on loan.