We take a look at the latest info from both camps ahead of Tuesday night's game at Victoria Park (7.45pm kick-off).
Matthew Bates will assess the fitness of Lewis Hawkins after the midfielder was forced off with hamstring trouble during last week’s win at Barrow.
But Scott Harrison, who also picked up a hamstring injury at Barrow on Wednesday evening, looks set to miss out against Bromley.
The caretaker boss is also set to be without defender Liam Donnelly who is expected to play for Northern Ireland Under-21s against Iceland on Monday.
Luke George is nursing a hamstring injury so won’t be available, while Ryan Donaldson (ankle) and Kenton Richardson (collarbone) are both recovering from surgery.
Young defender Aaron Cunningham played half an hour for the Reserves against Port Vale last Wednesday after a long spell out with an ankle problem but still needs to build match fitness.
Bromley boss Neil Smith made a handful of changes to his line-up for Saturday’s FA Trophy semi-final second leg at Gateshead and must decide whether to shuffle his pack once again.
With seven games squeezed in to The Ravens’ March schedule, Smith may opt to rotate where possible and that could mean a few more alterations to their team-sheet at The Vic on Tuesday night.