CHESTER City travel to Nationwide Conference leaders Boston United tomorrow with virtually a full strength squad.
Shaun Carey and Mark Williams, who were both cup-tied for last weekend's FA Umbro Trophy defeat at Burton Albion return to the squad, and it is hoped the Stalybridge Celtic midfielder Richard Peacock will be signed in time to play.
City's only absentees are defenders Iain Jenkins (thigh) and Carl Ruffer (knee).
Prior to last Saturday's defeat City were unbeaten in their previous 13 outings so they will be keen to bounce back tomorrow.
"Hopefully we've learnt from last weekend, and we can come back strongly," said City manager Mark Wright.
Boston overtook Dagenham and Redbridge at the top of the table on Wednesday, when they comprehensively defeated Nuneaton Borough at York Street, but Wright isn't phased.
"Anyone can beat anyone else in the Conference and Boston don't frighten me, and they shouldn't frighten the players."