Doncaster`s Mustapha Dumbuya has returned to full training following a hamstring strain.
The right-back only made his comeback after four months with a knee injury in mid-March and finally worked his way back into Sean O`Driscoll`s starting XI earlier this month, only to sustain the hamstring problem.
Dumbuya has missed Rovers` last two games against Preston and Hull but is now back in the frame for Good Friday`s crucial relegation scrap against Crystal Palace.
Meanwhile, striker Billy Sharp has recovered from his hernia surgery and is now undergoing rehabilitation on his groin. Head physio John Dickens told Doncaster`s official website: "He is doing very well so far."
James Chambers (knee), Martin Woods (hip), Adam Lockwood (knee) and Paul Keegan (knee) will all miss the rest of the season.