No fresh concerns for Doncaster as Rovers look to continue winning streak
Doncaster boss Darren Ferguson is expected to choose from an unchanged squad for the home game against Morecambe.
Ferguson has no major new injury or suspension worries as his table-toppers chase a sixth straight league win.
Striker Liam Mandeville is pushing for a recall after returning as an unused substitute in last week's win at Yeovil having shaken off a thigh strain.
Defender Mitchell Lund has been reported to be poised to join Wrexham on loan, while Luke McCullough, Aaron Taylor-Sinclair (both knee) and Gary McSheffrey (groin) are still out.
As cash-strapped Morecambe await updates on a possible takeover and payment of players' outstanding wages, they have at least welcomed one new face ready for action.
Full-back Michael Duckworth has arrived on loan from Fleetwood for the remainder of the season, and comes into the reckoning for the tough trip to face high-flying Doncaster in Morecambe's first fixture since the middle of last month.
Antony Evans, the teenage forward signed on loan from Everton in the transfer window, may also be in line for a first League Two start.
Morecambe have picked up eight points from their last five games to move six points clear of the bottom two.