Date: 28th September 2010 at 2:26pm
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Doncaster Rovers travel to the Ricoh Arena this evening to face Coventry City hoping to bounce back from their weekend defeat at Qpr.

Rovers boss Sean O`Driscoll reports no fresh injury worries for the game with only Wayne Thomas and James Chambers definitely missing.

James Hayter returned on Saturday with a substitute`s appearance, after six weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury and will be pushing for a start.

Ryan Mason is still struggling with the back injury that has plagued him for the past few weeks and a late decision will be made on his fitness.

Rovers captain Brian Stock will be hoping to start after being a substitute in the last three games.

Marlon King will be hoping to start for Coventry after impressing after coming off the bench to make his debut on Saturday.

Coventry boss Aidy Bothroyd promised changes after their home defeat to Preston North End at the weekend. Former Rovers midfielder Michael McIndoe along with Gary McSheffrey and David Bell will all be hoping for a recall.

Definitely out are Freddy Eastwood, James McPake and Gary Deegan through injury.


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