The clash comes following Doncaster’s penalty shootout victory over Walsall in the last round following a 0-0 stalemate.
A number of players are likely to miss the trip to the b365 Stadium - Tom Anderson and John Bostock were already ruled out, Tiago Cukur has a slight tear on his calf and Ethan Galbraith will be rested due to match fitness.
On tonight’s team news, Richie Wellens said: “Ro-Shaun has got a massively swollen knee, Tom Anderson has that scan - so do we risk Cameron John when he’s our only fit centre half?
“These are the decisions we have to make. I’m not going to make them until we have some clarity on the players in the morning.
“We don’t risk Tommy Rowe. Not at all.
“The way he plays, you can say to him to go and play and take it easy but he doesn’t. He sees things, he runs and puts maximum effort into everything.
We have gathered the best of today’s League One transfer rumours below...
5. Sunderland face Premier League competition for striker
Everton are reportedly one of three Premier League clubs trying to sign Sheffield United striker Daniel Jebbison permanently this summer. A move to the top tier for the 18-year-old would scupper Sunderland’s hopes of Jebbison joining on loan. (Sky Sports)
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6. Former Sheffield Wednesday striker joins Championship club on trial
Connor Wickham has joined Preston North End on trial following his release from Crystal Palace at the end of last season. The forward struggled for goals during his third spell with the Owls last season . (Yorkshire Live)
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7. Doncaster Rovers striker rejects move away
Omar Bogle has reportedly rejected the chance of a move away from Doncaster Rovers this summer. Bradford City were said to be targeting the striker. (The 72)
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8. Former Lincoln loanee completes move to Bournemouth
Man City’s Morgan Rogers has completed his loan move to Bournemouth, after spending last season with Lincoln City. Nottingham Forest and Blackburn Rovers were also keen on the youngster. (The 72)
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