Robins is unlikely to make any unforced changes to his side while they continue to turn around their poor start to the season.
Victory at Doncaster on Saturday will secure them a third straight league win and lift them above their local rivals.
Robins said: "The lads have stood up and been counted in the last few games.
"They now have to pick up from where they left off. The lads in the team have done really well and it's up to the ones out of it to force their way back in."
Robins added: "It won't be an easy game and we're under no illusions about that. It's a local derby and they're always fiercely contested, although they're not quite what they used to be. It's about bragging rights for everybody.
"We want to go there and give a good account of ourselves. We know that we'll go above them with a win and that's a big incentive. We're looking forward to getting back to business."