Mathieu Baudry and Andy Butler hoping to return as Doncaster host Luton
Doncaster manager Darren Ferguson hopes to have defenders Mathieu Baudry and Andy Butler available as his side look to bounce back from Tuesday's loss to Carlisle against Luton.
Baudry missed the game due to a muscle strain but has returned to training along with Butler, who had to pull out of the starting XI at the last minute due to illness.
Gary McSheffrey was an unused substitute against Carlisle and will be keen to make his first appearance of the season after being sidelined following a knee operation.
Forward Liam Mandeville misses out with an ankle problem.
Luton boss Nathan Jones could stick with the same starting XI who claimed a 3-0 victory over Hartlepool last time out.
Defender Johnny Mullins returned from a four-game ban on Tuesday is set to deputise for Scott Cuthbert while January signings Luke Gambin and Lawson D'Ath were also handed starts and may retain their places in midfield.
But Jordan Cook is set to miss out after missing their last game with a neck injury.
Jones has no fresh injury concerns to contend with for the trip to the Keepmoat Stadium.