Doncaster could hand debuts to Cameron Howieson and John Lundstram.
The teenage duo are available to go straight into the squad after arriving on loan during the week.
Howieson has joined from Burnley until the end of the season, while Everton midfielder Lundstram will stay at the Keepmoat for a month.
Midfielders Paul Keegan and David Syers and striker Iain Hume are back in contention after returning to training following injury but midfielder Martin Woods is definitely out after suffering a muscle tear that will keep him out for a month.
Striker Chris Brown and defender Andy Griffin remain long-term absentees while Shelton Martis has been released by mutual consent.
Rovers have failed to win any of their last four games but are only outside the promotion places on goals scored.
Yeovil have no fresh injury worries as they look for their ninth successive League One win against old non-league foes Rovers.
Their 3-0 victory over Scunthorpe in midweek moved the Glovers to within one point of leaders Swindon and extended their fantastic start to 2013.
And manager Gary Johnson looks set to stick with the same starting line-up that ran out comfortable winners at Huish Park.
Middlesbrough loanee Matt Dolan is moving closer to fitness and the midfielder will join his Glovers team-mates at The Keepmoat before heading back to Somerset with the squad.
The 21-year-old has been recuperating in the North East after sustaining an injury against Brentford.
Doncaster and Yeovil regularly did battle in their Conference days and the South Yorkshire side have won just three of the 21 meetings between the sides.