Luke McCullough in contention for Doncaster ahead of Plymouth clash
League Two leaders Doncaster could have central defender Luke McCullough back from injury to face promotion rivals Plymouth on Sunday.
McCullough has been out with a knee injury but manager Darren Ferguson is ready to hand him a return in the top of the table clash with the Pilgrims.
Left-back Aaron Taylor-Sinclair is also fit to return from his own knee injury and Ferguson has to decide whether to stick with the line-up that beat Orient 4-1 last time out.
The Doncaster manager has confirmed that goalkeeper Ian Lawlor is fit to face Plymouth.
Plymouth boss Derek Adams could stick with the same starting line-up as the team who drew against Morecambe last time out.
Ryan Taylor (knee) and Gary Sawyer (Achilles) were among the substitutes at Adams Park having been sidelined with injury but both men are pushing for starts.
Nauris Bulvitis and Craig Tanner were not part of the squad against Morecambe but could return against Doncaster.
Midfielder Connor Smith remains sidelined with an ankle injury.