Trio set for midweek Rovers return

John Oster and Quinton Fortune are in contention for Doncaster's clash with Peterborough after suspension, while Mark Wilson could also return.

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Oster and Fortune have both served three-game bans following their dismissals against Scunthorpe last month, while Wilson limped out of the recent draw at Sheffield United with a calf injury.

Manager Sean O'Driscoll must decide whether to retain new loan signing Simon Gillett, who made an impressive debut in Saturday's defeat to Barnsley, in midfield or recall Wilson.

Skipper Brian Stock (knee), defenders Adam Lockwood (foot) and Byron Webster (elbow), Sean McDaid and Steve Brooker (both knee) all remain sidelined for the Championship encounter against Posh at the Keepmoat Stadium on Tuesday night.

Rovers are hoping to end a seven-game winless run as they chase their first league win since a 2-0 home success over Cardiff at the end of August.

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