Wigan Athletic manager Paul Cook admits he has a full-strength squad to choose from for Wednesday night’s trip to Bradford.
Latics are hoping to move within five points of League One leaders Blackburn with three points at Valley Parade.
And despite also having Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final against Southampton to contend with, Cook says he’ll be playing his strongest possible team.
“The squad is looking outstandingly good - it’s very healthy, injury-free and in a good place,” the Latics manager said.
“I’m not a manager who likes to chop and change, and I think our fans will have seen that over the course of the season.
“There may be one or two changes for Bradford, but I wouldn’t envisage making too many.”