Date: 10th March 2011 at 8:58pm
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Doncaster Rovers boss Sean O`Driscoll is once again counting the injured ahead of the trip to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

The injury list had showed signs of improving in the last week with a number of players coming back into the squad.

After the midweek game with Coventry, O`Driscoll is once again contemplating a game without a large number of his first team squad.

Joseph Mills and John Oster missed the midweek game but both are hopeful of returning on Saturday.

Striker Waide Fairhurst has spent the past month on loan at Hereford and he could go straight into the Rovers squad if they decide to being him back to the Keepmoat.

Record signing Billy Sharp was replaced in midweek and looks set to be missing for around a month with a hernia injury.

Paul Keegan looks set to be missing after suffering a knee injury in the game at Leeds last weekend.

Still on the sidelines are Neil Sullivan, Adam Lockwood, Mustapha Dumbuya, James Chambers, James O`Connor, Martin Woods, Jason Euell and Steve Brooker.

Forest are hopeful that striker Nathan Tyson will be available after missing the last five games with an ankle injury.

New on loan signing Kris Boyd could make his first start since arriving from Middlesbrough.

Still on the sidelines are Guy Moussi, Dexter Blackstock and Robbie Findlay.

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