Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson has made four changes to his side for the clash with AFC Wimbledon this evening.
Tom Anderson, Issam Ben Khemis, Alfie May and Alfie Beestin all come into the side from the one that drew 0-0 at Oldham Athletic at the weekend.
Mathieu Baudry, Danny Amos and Luke McCullough drop to the bench whilst there is no place in the squad for striker Andy Williams.
There is no place in the squad for veteran midfielder James Coppinger, who also sat out the draw at Oldham.
A win for Doncaster would lift them up to 13th in League One as they look to score for the first time in four games.
AFC Wimbledon arrive at the Keepmoat Stadium this evening knowing a point will guarantee their safety in League One and they come into the game on the back of a 1-1 draw at Champions-elect Wigan Athletic at the weekend.
Lawlor, Mason, Anderson, Butler, Blair, Houghton, Whiteman, Ben Khemis, Beestin, Marquis, May
Marosi, McCullough, Baudry, Amos, Morris, Kiwomya, Kongolo
Long, Fuller, Meades, Oshilaja, Abdou, Barcham, Parrett, Kennedy, Charles, Taylor, Pigott
McDonnell, Robinson, Appiah, Sibbick, Forrester, Kaja, Egan