Rovers boss set to shuffle pack

Doncaster boss Sean O'Driscoll will make changes to his line-up when Championship leaders Cardiff visit the Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday.

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Sullivan: Set for recall

Sullivan: Set for recall

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Veteran goalkeeper Neil Sullivan will return after being replaced by Ben Smith in the 5-1 home defeat to Tottenham in the Carling Cup.

On-loan defender Jason Shackell is also set to return after being rested for the clash with Harry Redknapp's side.

Paul Heffernan and Dean Shiels are pushing for a return to the starting line-up after being named on the bench against Spurs.

Striker Steve Brooker will not feature due to an ankle injury, while Stuart Elliott is also unavailable with an ankle problem.

Rovers are still looking for their first Championship victory of the season and have scored only twice in their first four league games.

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