Darren Ferguson set to ring changes when Doncaster host Blackpool
Darren Ferguson is expected to make changes for out-of-sorts Doncaster against Blackpool following their Good Friday humiliation at Colchester.
Rovers were beaten 4-1 by the U's, their sixth straight loss, and a furious Ferguson declared he would have to pick a team that would "not embarrass the football club".
Nathan Tyson and Gary McSheffrey, who scored on his debut in the heavy defeat, were the only two players who Ferguson credited after the game.
Ferguson has no new injury worries but the likes of Gary Mackenzie and Riccardo Calder will come into consideration.
Blackpool can welcome back Jack Redshaw for the trip.
The striker was sent off in the victory against Crewe for two cautions, the first coming after he celebrated with the Seasiders' supporters, so on-loan Leicester striker Jacob Blyth may make way from the team which started against Bury.
Boss Neil McDonald revealed he expects to have one or two players back and David Ferguson (knee) and Lloyd Jones (ankle) could make the squad.
Emmerson Boyce is on international duty with Barbados while Henry Cameron (knee) is a long-term absentee.