Rovers boss has fully fit squad

Bristol Rovers manager Paul Trollope can boast a fit and healthy squad for the visit of Southampton to the Memorial Stadium on Tuesday night.

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Williams: Pushing for a start

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Both teams are vying to make a late push into the play-offs and Rovers can ill afford defeat with their rivals a point and a place behind them with a game in hand.

The weekend defeat to Oldham provided a set back for Rovers, who now trail sixth spot by seven points.

Daryl Duffy could make way should Trollope opt to tinker with his team as Andrew Williams pushes for a place up front.

The Pirates have had their attacking options limited by Doncaster's decision to recall on-loan striker Paul Heffernan as they look to avoid a third defeat in four matches.

Carl Regan dropped to the bench at Boundary Park following Byron Anthony's return from suspension and he is set to continue in defence.

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