Doncaster boss Darren Moore has no fresh injury worries ahead of Saturday’s Sky Bet League One clash with Sunderland.
Ben Whiteman returned from a knee injury to score in the 3-0 Boxing Day victory over Peterborough.
And there was also the welcome sight of goalkeeper Ian Lawlor among the substitutes, with the Irishman on his way back from a shoulder injury.
James Coppinger, Reece James and Kwame Thomas all dropped to the bench for Thursday’s win but will hope to be back in the starting XI as Moore rotates his squad.
Under-pressure Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson expects to be without defender Tom Flanagan for the match.
The Northern Ireland international was replaced in Thursday’s draw against Bolton after suffering a suspected hamstring injury, and was replaced by Laurens De Bock.
George Dobson is available again after missing the Bolton clash through suspension.
Parkinson must check on a number of players who had been suffering through illness in the lead-up to Christmas.