O'Driscoll sweats on Rovers duo

Doncaster boss Sean O'Driscoll has doubts over Brian Stock and James Coppinger for the Carling Cup clash at home to Tottenham on Wednesday.

Last Updated: 25/08/09 at 17:26

Stock: Ankle injury

Stock: Ankle injury

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Stock has picked up an ankle injury, while fellow midfielder Coppinger is struggling with tendinitis and both could miss the visit of the Premier League leaders.

However, O'Driscoll is boosted by the return of midfielder Martin Woods, who missed the defeat to Middlesbrough at the weekend with a calf injury he picked up against Coventry.

Defender Gareth Roberts overcame an ankle injury to play the full match at the weekend and is set to keep his place in the starting line-up.

Defensive duo Byron Webster (ankle) and James O'Connor (knee) are back in training and may feature at the Keepmoat Stadium.

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