Date: 8th April 2010 at 9:26pm
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Paul Heffernan looks set to make his first start at the Keepmoat since the end of January as he continues in attack in place of leading goalscorer Billy Sharp, who looks set to miss the rest of the season.

Heffernan was recalled from his loan spell with Bristol Rovers at the weekend, and he played in Monday`s game at Blackpool.

Martin Woods as returned to training this week having missed the past few games with tonsillitis and will be pushing for a start.

Rovers boss Sean O`Driscoll as hinted that he might tinker with the side a little bit with nothing left to play for this season.

Rovers are still without Brian Stock, Steve Brooker and Byron Webster all through injury.

James Morrison is struggling to be fit for the Baggies, he returned to the team for the first time in over twelve month`s against Leicester on Good Friday and was also involved at Watford on Monday but is reported to be struggling with tight hamstrings.

West Brom will also be without Jerome Thomas and Gianni Zuiverloon through injury.

They will be hoping to add to the squad Stephen Reid who has returned to training this week after a hamstring injury.

Reuben Reid as returned from a loan spell at Peterborough and Chris Wood has recovered from an illness and will be added to the squad.

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