Date: 14th September 2010 at 3:40pm
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Doncaster Rovers have no fresh injury worries for tonight`s game with Norwich City

Rovers equalised deep into injury time to claim a point at Watford at the weekend and boss Sean O`Driscoll is likely to pick from the same squad that travelled to Vicarage Road.

Still out are long term injured, James Hayter, James Chambers and Wayne Thomas.

Steve Brooker could be added to the squad after missing the Watford game with a virus.

Defender Byron Webster has returned to training after his long-term injury but he is not expected to be involved this evening.

Norwich are waiting on the fitness of goalkeeper John Ruddy ( dead leg) after he missed the weekend win over Barnsley but manager Paul Lambert is hopeful he will be fit.

Anthony McNamee could be pushing for a start after he came off the bench to help Norwich turn round a one goal deficit at the weekend and eventually beat Barnsley 2-1.

Definitely out is Andrew Surman, the midfielder suffered a knee injury in training and could be sidelined for up to two months.

Also out are Steven Smith, Zak Whitbread and Michael Nelson, all through injury.


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