Doncaster manager Sean O'Driscoll is expected to name an unchanged side for the home clash with lowly Plymouth.

O'Driscoll has no new injury or suspension worries as his side look to close the gap on the top six, but faces a few selection headaches.

Wide midfielder James Coppinger returned to score the winner at Barnsley last week and O'Driscoll must decide whether to retain him or recall Martin Woods or Dean Shiels.

Jordan Mutch will retain his place in the squad after extending his loan spell from Birmingham for another month.

Leading goalscorer Billy Sharp and James Hayter should resume up front, while central defender Adam Lockwood, who made his second late substitute's appearance against Barnsley following a six-month injury lay-off due to a broken bone in his foot, will be named on the bench again.

Carl Fletcher faces a race to be fit for Plymouth.

Argyle's talismanic captain missed Tuesday's goalless draw with Barnsley after suffering a cut knee in the 2-0 home defeat to Blackpool.

And head coach Paul Mariner has rated Fletcher's chances of featuring at the Keepmoat Stadium as "50-50".

Chris Clark is likely to continue in the centre of midfield if Fletcher fails to prove his fitness.

Defenders Kari Arnason (hip), Richard Eckersley (ankle) and David McNamee (hamstring) look likely to miss out once again.

Chris Barker (hamstring) is also doubtful, but Craig Noone is fit again following a knee injury.

Noone came on as a late substitute for Yannick Bolasie in midweek and the duo will compete for a starting berth this weekend.

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