Hornets coach Ian Talbot said: “We’ve got quite a few guys to look at, but hopefully two or three of them will be available.”
Talbot has set his sights on securing a win before the start of the Kingstone Press Championship One play-offs.
He said: “We were starting to build a little bit, but the Oldham game was a backward step for us in terms of our performance. We didn’t do ourselves justice.”
He added: “The All Golds have got better as the year’s gone on and I’m sure they’re a bit disappointed the season’s coming to an end.
“They’re picking up a bit of form and you know what to expect from any Brad Hepi team: they’ll come out firing and be physical from the start.”
Gloucestershire All Golds are aiming to secure their third win of a promising debut campaign that has seen them take points from seven of their 15 league fixtures so far.