Absentees set to return

Last Updated: Wed, 15 Jan 2014 13:55

Long-term injury absentees Paul Keegan and Jamie McCombe have both returned to action for Doncaster's reserves.

Midfielder Keegan has been out with a hamstring problem since the start of November while defender McCombe has yet to play this campaign due to the back injury that troubled him last season, which turned out to be a hairline fracture.

Both players featured for 56 minutes on Tuesday as Rovers beat Shrewsbury 2-0 thanks to goals from Alex Peterson and Harry Middleton

Manager Paul Dickov is confident Keegan will be back in contention for the first-team this weekend against Wigan.

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