Rovers winger Matt Caudwell is a new injury worry for Doncaster, after limping out of the match on Saturday after only 5 minutes with a hamstring injury.
Physio John Bowden is due to asess the situation further today, so he can get a better idea as to the extent of the injury.
Striker Dino Maamria could come back into contention after injury, with Ian Duerden still absent with a thigh injury and Mike Newell suspended.
Rovers manager Ian Snodin was disappointed with his teams performance, after they nearly suffered the same fate as last season, when they went out of the Trophy to Frickley Atheltic. The boss said: "We seem to save our worst performances for this
competition. The players didn't seem to be fired up and it didn't seem
like a cup tie. When we played Scarborough recently in the league recently
it was like a cup tie. Today was a cup match yet it seemed like a league
He also noted how the side missed influential sweeper Mark Atkins, who, sidelined with a torn calf muscle, was alongside Snodin on the bench:"We missed Mark at the back. We weren't as well organised as
we have been and there didn't seem a lot of communication at times. I
thought that we defended too deep. The midfield had to drop back and there
wasn't a lot of support for the strikers."
Snodin went on to heap praise on returnee winger Andy Watson for his super-strike to equalise, and said:" It was a great strike by Andy and I thought that we would go on to win from there. We had our chances but I was always worried about them on the break because they caused us problems at the back."
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