Date: 17th September 2010 at 4:30pm
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Doncaster Rovers boss Sean O`Driscoll could bring back Brian Stock to the starting line up for tonight`s game after the Welsh international started Tuesday night`s game against Norwich City on the bench.

O`Driscoll also revealed in the week that Billy Sharp is requiring a hernia operation at some stage but is hoping that his record signing can hold off till the end of the season.

James Hayter, James Chambers and Wayne Thomas are all long-term injuries and definitely missing this evening.

James O`Connor picked up a hip injury in the midweek win over Norwich but he is likely to recover in time for tonight.

Simon Grayson is set to ring the changes for tonight`s game after a poor performance at Barnsley on Tuesday night.

Grayson promised there would be changes after the 5-2 defeat and he`s got four fresh players on top of his usual squad to pick from.

Robert Snodgrass, Billy Paynter, Ramon Nunez and Amdy Faye all came through 90 minutes of a behind closed door friendly with Middlesbrough on Tuesday and will be pushing for a place.

Grayson has hinted that Faye may start and that Snodgrass is the more likely to feature than Paynter.

Davide Somma came off the bench in the defeat at Barnsley to score his fourth goal of the season and he will be hoping to have done enough for a starting place.

Federico Bessone and Paul Connolly are doubts after picking up injuries at Barnsley.

Definitely out are Patrick Kisnorbo, Ben Parker and Kasper Schmeichel through injury.


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