Know your opposition: Bristol Rovers v Yeovil
At present Yeovil Town are not a team lacking in motivation.
The Glovers' predicament at the bottom end of the League One table would be incentive enough but they recently saw their popular midfielder Darren Way taken to hospital after a car crash.
Way, who had a pre-season trial at Rovers under Ian Holloway a decade ago, suffered a seriously broken leg and arm in a head-on smash just outside Yeovil.
The Somerset side are three games unbeaten since the accident, winning at Swindon before draws with Cheltenham and Millwall.
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Way has been ruled out for the rest of the season while fellow midfielder Lee Peltier misses tomorrow's game as he starts a two-match ban.
However, manager Russell Slade will be boosted by the return of former England youth-team captain Gary Roberts in the middle of the park after a family bereavement.
Roberts scored in the reverse fixture, a 2-2 draw at Huish Park back in September, when centre-half and captain Terry Skiverton was also on target.
Skiverton will partner Terrell Forbes in the centre of defence, with youngsters Craig Alcock (right) and Nathan Smith (left) in the full-back positions.
Danny Schofield, normally a winger, is likely to join Roberts in central midfield with former Everton trainee striker Aidan Downes on the right flank.
Ex-Sunderland and Blackpool wideman Andy Welsh should feature on the left, having had a much-improved run of form after a long spell on the fringes.
Slade is hoping to re-sign Port Vale striker Luke Rodgers either on loan or on a permanent basis.
The Brummie frontman's loan deal has expired after he scored equalisers against Cheltenham and Millwall. The manager is also hoping to snare a Championship centre-forward on loan to partner Rodgers tomorrow, but if he is unsuccessful, veteran Paul Warne and youngster Gavin Tomlin look favourites to start up front.