The Cherries make their first trip to Doncaster since 2007, when the side came from behind to win 2-1.
Rovers, who were relegated from the Championship at the end of last season, lost 2-0 at home to Crewe Alexandra on Tuesday night - their first defeat in eight and they currently lie sixth in the table.
The Cherries are looking to bridge the gap between themselves and those in the play-off places, and enter the match in fine form. Four wins and one draw in the last five league matches make them one of the division’s form teams.
Wes Thomas returned to training this week following his hamstring injury, but this game may come too soon for the striker. The only other concern is Steve Fletcher, who has a slight niggle in his calf.
“It will be difficult because Doncaster are a good side. They have a lot of players who played in the Championship for them. Dean Saunders has done really well - he picked them up after last season and they have good spirit.
“I do not believe their defeat on Tuesday will have a bearing on the game. All I know is that we are on a good run and it will be a good game between two teams who like to play the game in the right way.”
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Darren Bond takes charge of the Rovers v Cherries match. This is the tenth match he has officiated this season and has issued 37 yellow cards. This is his first year on the Football League list and last season, was the referee at Wembley for the Conference play-off final between York and Luton.