Kieron Forbes has a 50/50 chance of being involved for the K's visit to St George's Stadium on Saturday.
The dynamic midfielder has returned from injury and was due to start Thursday's 2-1 Ryman League Cup win at Sittingbourne, but he was unavailable to get time off work.
"He has proved his level of fitness and has a 50/50 chance for Saturday," said Stones boss Gordon Bartlett. "He is guaranteed to get a run out in the next seven days, that's for sure."
Bartlett will be without injured trio Alan Massey, Jamie Osborne and Dean Smith but revealed he is "quietly confident" of securing the services of a new player before Saturday.
"I spoke to someone earlier in the week and got turned down so we've shifted our attentions elsewhere," he added.
Meanwhile, Bartlett praised the efforts of Sam Blennerhassett and Seny Diedhou after encouraging debuts at Sittingbourne.
"Seny hasn't really played for three years, so he is well short of match fitness. But he had some very good touches, played things simple and showed flashes of what he can do.
"Sam has been working hard in the reserves and did well for us."
Bartlett has branded Saturday's game as "massive" and hopes his side's recent up-and-down performances have bamboozled Kingstonian.
"They've watched us in the last two games, so they must be a little bit concerned about what we're up to," he said. "We dropped right off the pace, lulled everyone into a false sense of security and who knows, we could well falter again as that's the nature of this league.
“We've got some momentum and put ourselves in a very strong position.”
Our prediction: Stones are starting to hit form again and the return of Forbes will be a massive boost. 2-0 win.