Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson will have a nice selection headache ahead of the trip to AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.
Striker Alfie May replaced Liam Mandeville in the starting line-up for the Carabao Cup tie against Hull City in midweek and he scored his fourth goal in four games to set Doncaster on their way to victory. Ferguson must decide whether to start May once again or bring Mandeville back into the starting line-up.
Ian Lawlor, Andy Butler, Niall Mason and James Coppinger are all expected to return to the starting line-up after being rested in midweek but they face pressure from Marko Marosi, Craig Alcock, Issam Ben Khemis and Rodney Kongolo, who all did well against Hull.
Ross Etheridge, Luke McCullough, Mathieu Baudry and Alex Kiwomya remain sidelined for Doncaster.
AFC Wimbledon will welcome a familiar face to Doncaster into their squad for the first time. Harry Forrester, who had a spell with Doncaster before joining Rangers, has joined the Dons this week on a season-long loan from the Scottish side.
Liam Trotter is pushing for a start after the midfielder return from injury with a substitute`s appearance at Fleetwood last weekend.
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