Doncaster goalkeeper Marosi hopes to retain starting berth for Orient clash
Doncaster goalkeeper Marko Marosi is expected to return to action in the home game against Leyton Orient.
Marosi was forced off with blurred vision in last week's home win against Hartlepool following a collision with team-mate Mathieu Baudry, but returned to full training on Thursday and should start.
Ross Etheridge replaced Marosi last week, but he has fractured a finger and is unavailable, so Louis Jones will be on the bench.
Striker Andy Williams (ankle) is hoping to return to training next week, while Gary McSheffrey (groin), Luke McCullough, Aaron Taylor-Sinclair (both knee) and Mitchell Lund (kidney) remain sidelined.
Andy Edwards takes charge of Leyton Orient for the first time.
Italian Alberto Cavasin was sacked after just 10 matches in charge following Tuesday night's 1-0 defeat at home to Exeter and Edwards was named manager until the end of the season.
He may look to make changes, with striker Ollie Palmer one of those hoping to start after Paul McCallum came into the line-up against the Grecians.
Jens Janse remains sidelined with a shoulder injury, Harry Cornick is struggling with a groin strain and Liam Kelly has not yet recovered from a hamstring problem.