Rovers waiting on duo
Doncaster will check on Chris Brown and Harry Forrester ahead of Charlton's visit to the Keepmoat Stadium.
Striker Brown is nursing a knock following the draw at Blackpool while forward Forrester missed Saturday's game through injury. Both players are rated at 50-50 by Rovers boss Paul Dickov for Tuesday night.
Billy Sharp marked his Rovers return with the equalising goal against the Seasiders and the striker, who has rejoined the club on loan from Southampton, is likely to retain his place in the team to make what will be a second home debut.
Rob Jones has resumed training after three months out with a neck problem but the defender will need at least one reserve-team game before he is considered again by Dickov.
Charlton will check on Cedric Evina ahead of the trip.
Evina deputised at left-back in place of the suspended Rhoys Wiggins in the FA Cup win at Huddersfield on Saturday but had to go off after half an hour with a dead leg, forcing boss Chris Powell to hand a debut to youngster Harry Lennon.
Wiggins completes his three-match ban at the Keepmoat and fellow full-back Chris Solly (knee) is unlikely to return so Powell will be hoping Evina is passed fit.
New signing Anil Koc will not be involved yet, Ben Alnwick keeps his place in goal ahead of Ben Hamer (ankle) while striker Yann Kermorgant returns after he was rested at the weekend.