Date: 1st April 2018 at 9:57am
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Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson is expected to make changes to his side for the clash with AFC Wimbledon on Monday.

With two games in four days and a busy end to the season, Ferguson is expected to make changes with Andy Boyle, Ben Whiteman, Tyler Garratt, Rodney Kongolo, Alfie May, Issam Ben Khemis and Andy Williams pushing for a place in the starting line-up.

Ferguson will assess the fitness of Alex Kiwomya after the midfielder missed the win at Blackpool on Friday through illness.

Defender Andy Butler is close to a return but he is not expected to be involved until next weekend.

Danny Andrew and Tom Anderson remain on the sidelines through injury.

AFC Wimbledon could also freshen up their squad following their disappointing home defeat to Fleetwood Town on Friday.

Wimbledon lost 1-0 on a heavy pitch and George Francomb, Andy Barcham, and Jimmy Abdou are all pushing for recalls after being named amongst the substitutes.

Darius Charles continues to be assessed having missed the last three games with a hip injury.

Dean Parrett started against Fleetwood, having been sidelined through injury since October, and he will be assessed ahead of the game.

Jayden Antwi has recently been recalled from Farnborough Town and he will be added to the squad having been left out against Fleetwood.

Recent signing Lloyd Sam will also be hoping for a place in the squad.

Joe Pigott remains a doubt having picked up an injury in training on the eve of the Fleetwood game whilst Cody McDonald remains a long-term injury.

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