Doncaster without injured Sterling
Rovers boss Darren Moore has decided not to risk the front man.
Kazaiah Sterling has been ruled out of Doncaster’s League One clash with Peterborough due to a dead leg.
The on-loan Tottenham star had been pushing for a return but Rovers boss Darren Moore has decided not to risk the front man.
Moore has urged a response from his side following their disappointing midweek loss to Blackpool.
That defeat came at a price as Matty Blair limped off with an apparent groin strain and is also set to miss out.
Peterborough saw their six-match winning run brought to an end in midweek as Tranmere hit back from 2-0 down to earn a draw.
Former Doncaster boss Darren Ferguson has Frazer Blake-Tracy back available after four games out with a calf strain.
Meanwhile midfielder George Boyd is also pushing for a recall following a hamstring problem.
Otherwise Ferguson may opt to stay with the same side that has made an encouraging start to the campaign.