Harrogate Town v Boreham Wood: Simon Weaver expects quartet to recover from knocks
The Wetherby Road club should be at full-strength when they entertain Boreham Wood at the CNG Stadium, with a place at Wembley at stake.
"We think we'll have everyone available," Weaver said.
"James Belshaw has had a stiff back, while Warren Burrell picked up a little bit of a tight groin
"Aaron Martin had a similar issue to Warren, and we've also just had to keep an eye on Lloyd Kerry due to a tight muscle.
"All of them have been rested during some of this week's sessions, but there's nothing sinister to worry about.
"We are just being ultra-cautious with such a big game ahead of us."
Weaver revealed that he had made his mind up on his starting XI for Saturday's clash at the start of the week, with further consideration given to who makes up the rest of his match-day squad.
Town have 20 players currently available for selection and can name six substitutes (five of whom can be used), meaning that three of their number will end up watching the "biggest game in the club's history" from the stands.
"I do know the team that we will start with, but obviously I'm keeping my cards close to my chest," Weaver added.
"We had a pretty settled line-up before the season was abandoned. We were playing very well and in such good form, so you want to stay loyal to those players, but what I've seen over the last month or so has certainly given me food for thought.
"Everyone has come back and trained so hard. Of course, they all want to play a part, this is the biggest game in the club's history.
"But I can only pick so many for the squad, which means that some of them will miss out and be left in the stand. It's not a nice conversation to have with the lads who aren't selected, though all it is is one man's opinion. As the manager, I have to make that decision."
Town confirmed on Friday that their fifth round of coronavirus testing had once again returned negative results across the board.