Sky Bet League One leaders Luton are likely to again be without midfielder Alan McCormack for the visit of Doncaster.
McCormack missed last weekend’s draw with Gillingham because of a hamstring problem and this match is expected to come too soon.
But club captain Alan Sheehan is set to return after being sent home last weekend because of a migraine.
Luton will have to make a change up front with James Collins away on international duty with the Republic of Ireland.
Doncaster are one of only four teams to beat Luton in the league this season.
Manager Grant McCann revealed Rovers will be without two big players this weekend because of injury.
He did not name them but Ben Whiteman was known to be a doubt after he sustained an ankle injury in the draw with Barnsley last Friday.
Doncaster cancelled the contract of defender Niall Mason earlier this week after he withdrew an appeal against his dismissal by the club following a conviction for sexual assault in January.