Suk-Young pushing for Rovers return
Yun Suk-Young could return to the Doncaster squad for the visit of Yorkshire rivals Leeds.
Suk-Young resumed training this week after a month out with an ankle injury and the on-loan QPR full-back has a chance of being involved on Saturday, according to Rovers boss Paul Dickov.
Chris Brown made his return from an ankle injury after a month-long absence as a half-time substitute at Bolton last weekend and the striker could be in the squad again but Dickov knows care must be taken not to rush players back too soon.
With that in mind, former Leeds men Paul Keegan (hamstring) and James Husband (shoulder) are likely to miss out against their old club, despite both players having stepped up their recoveries.
Leeds defender Scott Wootton will return to contention.
The former Manchester United centre-half has missed the last four games after sustaining an ankle injury in the win at Charlton in November and boss Brian McDermott must decide whether to recall him to the starting line-up.
Midfielder Paul Green is sidelined due to a hamstring injury and although striker Noel Hunt is closing in on a return to first-team action having suffered a similar problem, the Irishman is unlikely to feature against Rovers.
Otherwise, McDermott has no other injury or suspension problems as Leeds bid for a fifth win in their last seven league games.