DRFC Rovers hoping to wlecome back Sharp
Injury hit Doncaster Rovers will hope to be boosted by the return of leading goalscorer Billy Sharp for this weekends game with Watford.
Sharp has missed the last three games since picking up a groin injury and he returned to full training this week.
Simon Gillett also returned to full training this week after his long-term injury.
Rovers still have eleven players on the sidelines with Adam Lockwood, Shelton Martis, James O`Connor, James Chambers, Mustapha Dumbuya, Martin Woods, James Hayter, Ryan Mason, Ryan Burge, Steve Brooker and James Coppinger all missing the midweek trip to Norwich City.
Watford are hoping to welcome back Will Buckley after he returned to training this week after picking up a injury against Burnley a fortnight ago.
Michael Bryan is back in training but not yet back to full fitness.
They will be without Andros Townsend after he returned to his parent club Tottenham Hotspur following the end of his loan spell.
Lloyd Doyley will also be missing as he struggles to overcome a hamstring injury.
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