Bristol City face a goalkeeper dilemma ahead of the visit of Leeds United this weekend.
The Yorkshire Evening Post report Bristol City could be without injured first choice Niki Maenpaa, while deputy Frank Fielding is also ruled out.
This has left the Robins with a choice between two academy goakeepers, or a trialist, if Maenpaa does not make the game.
Leeds fans should have no sympathy for their opponents.
This is because the same fate befell Leeds when the two teams met in November.
First choice Bailey Peacock-Farrell was ruled out with injury, while back up Jamal Blackman had just suffered a season ending injury.
Leeds had to call on goalkeeper Will Huffer to make his first ever competitive appearance.
Remarkably, Leeds kept a clean sheet, winning 2-0.
Now the tables have turned, and Bristol City need to show the same defensive resolve Leeds did that day.
The Whites will be doing everything they can to make it difficult for them.