Eamonn O'Hara and David Kelly remain on the sidelines ahead of Sligo's Connacht SFC quarter-final clash with Galway on Saturday.
Both players sat out Sligo's opening win over New York last month and there was hope that they would return for the Salthill encounter (throw-in 6pm).
Veteran midfielder-cum-forward O'Hara has injured the same knee which ruled him out for much of last season, while wily attacker Kelly is battling an ankle problem.
The pair may yet be included on the substitutes bench by Sligo boss Kevin Walsh, who is plotting the downfall of his native county.
Walsh has decided to bring St. Mary's clubman Johnny Martyn in at full-back for this weekend's game, with Noel McGuire making way.
The only other change to the side that beat New York 3-21 to 0-6 sees Eugene Mullen taking over from Tony Taylor at centre-field.
SLIGO (SFC v Galway): Philip Greene; Neil Ewing, Johnny Martyn, Ross Donovan (capt); Charles Harrison, Mark Quinn, Paul McGovern; Shane McManus, Eugene Mullen; Brendan Egan, Pat Hughes, Alan Costello; Stephen Coen, Adrian Marren, Mark Breheny.