AFC Wimbledon boss Glyn Hodges could name an unchanged team for the third game in a row when they host Doncaster.
Adam Roscrow and Rod McDonald both returned from injury to make the substitutes’ bench for the draw at Bolton last weekend, while Anthony Wordsworth (calf) is close to resuming first-team training.
Kwesi Appiah’s ankle injury is set to keep the forward out for up to eight weeks and Michael Folivi, Will Nightingale and Reuben Collins are still sidelined.
The Dons drew at home with Doncaster last month in the FA Cup before losing the replay at the Keepmoat Stadium, so Saturday’s clash will be the third meeting between the two sides in five weeks.
Niall Ennis and Jon Taylor will both be in the Rovers squad that travels to London.
Striker Ennis rejoined Darren Moore’s men this week from parent club Wolves after recovering from a hamstring injury, while Taylor has been given the all-clear after missing out last weekend with a thigh strain.
Doncaster boss Darren Moore is awaiting further news on Ian Lawlor’s shoulder injury after the goalkeeper saw a specialist this week.
Defender Tom Anderson completes a three-match ban for Rovers, who are without a league win since thrashing Southend 7-1 on October 22.