Date: 13th February 2012 at 4:00pm
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Doncaster Rovers manager Dean Saunders has a number of players back in training ahead of the game with Blackpool on Tuesday night.

Pascal Chimbonda, Chris Brown, Rachid Bouhenna, James Chambers and Paul Keegan are all back in training but are not expected to be fit enough for this game.

Neil Sullivan, George Friend and James Coppinger are the only players still receiving treatment with none of them expected to be back before March at the earliest.

Mustapha Dumbuya will be added to the squad after returning from his loan spell with Crystal Palace.

Habib Beye has completed an eighteen month contract with Rovers but is unavailable as he serves the second game of a three match suspension.

Blackpool have been dealt a blow with the news that Matt Phillips will be missing the game with a hamstring strain picked up in the game with Portsmouth at the weekend.

Boss Ian Holloway has changed his side around in recent games and Captain Ian Evatt will be hoping to be included.

Evatt played no part in the draw with Portsmouth at the weekend despite being eligible after serving a two-match suspension.

Keith Southern is once again expecting to be missing after suffering a badly gashed ankle in the FA Cup win at Sheffield Wednesday last week.

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