Doncaster Rovers shot-stopper passed fit for League Two title crunch with Plymouth Argyle

Darren Ferguson
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Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Ferguson has confirmed that keeper Ian Lawlor is fit for Sunday's big League Two title showdown with second-placed Plymouth Argyle.

Lawlor was withdrawn at half-time in Saturday's 4-1 victory at Leyton Orient with a groin issue and was replaced by Marko Marosi, but the ex-Manchester City custodian is available again for the visit of Argyle.

Ferguson picks from strength for the battle with the Devonians, with Gary McSheffrey able to start if required after coming off the bench against the O's and utility man Luke McCullough also 'in his thoughts for Sunday' after featuring in a comeback game in midweek.

Ferguson said: "I have got very good options and we have more or less got most of the squad fit and of the ones that came through Tuesday's game, McCullough and (Aaron Taylor) Sinclair are ready to go and are another two I can add to the squad, with Joe Wright coming through it, while Gary McSheffrey has had another game.

"Paul Keegan is probably the one we are not so sure about.

"But numbers wise, touch wood, we are in a very good place - probably as good as we have been all season and I have a lot of options."