Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson is expected to freshen up his side for the clash with Oxford United on Saturday.
Doncaster face their third game in seven days as they have a hectic finish to the season with seven games in 21 days.
Defenders Andy Butler and Andy Boyle will both be hoping to retain their places in the side after making their first starts since March in the 3-3 draw with Bury in midweek, with both players on the scoresheet.
Mathieu Baudry, Luke McCullough, Alex Kiwomya and Tom Anderson are all pushing for a recall to the starting eleven.
Matty Blair could be rested after being substituted in the draw with Bury.
Joe Wright is once again expected to be missing with the ankle injury he picked up at MK Dons last weekend.
John Marquis and Tommy Rowe have both been playing through injury in recent weeks.
Danny Andrew has recently returned to action with the development squad but he is not expected to feature having been sidelined since August with an anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Rob Hall is pushing for a start for Oxford United. The winger returned from a lengthy injury when he was as an unused substitute in the midweek defeat at Wigan Athletic.
Wes Thomas, Jonathan Obika, John Mousinho and James Henry are all expected to return to the Oxford squad after being rested in midweek as the visitors look to secure a crucial three points as they look to pull clear of the relegation places.