Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson could once again ring the changes for the trip to Oldham Athletic with the games continuing to come thick and fast.
The clash at Oldham will be Doncaster’s fifth game in the past 14-days and they still have clashes against AFC Wimbledon and Wigan Athletic to come in the next seven days.
Defender Danny Andrew could come back into the squad having recently recovered from an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury he suffered in August.
Luke McCullough, Andy Boyle, Tom Anderson, Andy Williams, Alfie May and Rodney Kongolo are all pushing for a start after being named amongst the substitutes in the midweek defeat by Blackburn Rovers.
Tommy Rowe is ruled out for the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery recently on a hamstring injury.
Struggling Oldham are without Anthony Gerrard for the clash as they desperately search for three points in their fight against relegation.
Oldham have slipped into the bottom four on goal difference with just two games remaining and they will be without Gerrard after the defender picked up a calf injury in the draw at AFC Wimbledon last weekend.
Kean Bryan, Cameron Dummigan and Wilfried Moimbe all remain sidelined for the Latics.