Doncaster Rovers boss Dean Saunders has been boosted by the news that Mamadou Bagayoko and Habib Bamogo have received international clearance ahead of the FA Cup tie with Notts County.
The duo will go straight into the squad for the game but Rovers are still waiting for international clearance for Damien Plessis.
Rovers will be without Pascal Chimbonda who is out for around three weeks after suffering a reoccurrence of his hip injury in the game at Watford.
El Hadji Diouf is also a doubt. He was forced to miss the win over Barnsley with a hamstring injury.
Habib Beye and Herold Goulon could return after serving their suspensions in the win over Barnsley on Monday.
Lamine Diatta could make his debut for the club. He is still waiting to make his first appearance since signing in December.
George Friend looks set to spend a lengthy period on the sidelines after suffering a knee ligament injury in the Barnsley game.
Goalkeeper David Button made his debut for Rovers on Monday and he has been given clearance by parent club Tottenham Hotspur to play in the clash.
Martin Woods could make his first appearance for Rovers in almost a year after a long-term injury.
Rovers still have a lengthy injury list with Neil Sullivan, Carl Ikeme, James Chambers, John Oster, Tommy Spurr and Chris Brown on the sidelines.
Notts County winger Ishmel Demantognac will definitely be missing as he serves the third match of his three-match ban.
Defender Damien Stewart has signed on loan for the remainder of the season and he will go straight into the squad with fellow defenders Sam Sodje and Krystian Pearce doubts through injury.
Still out through injury are Rob Burch, Stephen Hunt, Gavin Mahon and Jude Stirling.
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