Exeter will check on the fitness of Steve Tully for their Carling Cup encounter against Ipswich.Watch Exeter City v Ipswich Town Live stream Soccer Online, August 10
Manager Paul Tisdale told the club's official website: "Steve took an awful whack on his ankle, it's black and blue. It looks very painful but I don't think it is anything more serious than very bad bruising.''
Striker Richard Logan will be hoping to feature after coming off the bench to score at the weekend but he is still not fully fit after a groin problem.
That means John O'Flynn and Daniel Nardiello could lead the line again but Jamie Cureton will also be hopeful of a start.Watch Exeter City v Ipswich Town Live stream Soccer Online, August 10
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Troy Archibald-Henville (knee ligaments) is a long-term absentee.
Ipswich manager Roy Keane is without a host of players.
Goalkeeper Marton Fulop and striker Tamas Priskin played well during Saturday's fine 3-1 win at Middlesbrough but the duo have been called up to the Hungary squad which will face England at Wembley on Wednesday.
Centre-half Gareth McAuley was due to play for Northern Ireland against Montenegro on Wednesday in Podgorica but suffered a back injury at the Riverside and has withdrawn from the squad.
To complete Keane's international worries midfielder Conor Hourihane is away with the Republic of Ireland Under-21 squad.
Winger Carlos Edwards created a goal for Priskin at the weekend before being forced off with a groin injury which will sideline him for several weeks while Mark Kennedy picked up a hamstring injury on his debut.
Keane has hinted his youngsters will be asked to fill in so the likes of Troy Brown, Reggie Lambe and Jack Ainsley could get rare starts. Connor Wickham (ankle) and Damien Delaney (blood clot) remain out.