Injuries have actually been a typical style for Blackburn Rovers across the fiscal year however fortunately, ahead of their component against Huddersfield Town, Tony Mowbray has no fresh injury concerns to stay over.

After emerging from Saturday’s 1-1 draw versus Sheffield Wednesday unharmed, Bradley Dack will be in contention for another second-half cameo as he develops his match sharpness following his year absence with an ACL injury.

Another Boxing Day returnee Ben Brereton finished simply under 30 minutes and is being thought about for a possible recall to the starting XI as Mowbray deciphers his greatest lineup.

Sam Gallagher, Adam Armstrong and Harvey Elliott have started Rovers’ last 6 fixtures as the leading assaulting trio, returning simply 6 objectives from those encounters and the vibrant Brereton is expected to be associated with a bid to fix up a misfiring attack.

After another effective outing on Saturday, Stewart Downing has provided Mowbray food for believed on his midfield selection and the veteran might be included at the expenditure of Lewis Holtby, once again Rovers have do have options in the middle of the park.

An absence of options are found in their protective department with only left-back equipped up with back-up workers as Barry Douglas and Amari’i Bell contend for a place in the starting line-up.

Daniel Ayala endured 90 minutes of Saturday’s encounter however it will be intriguing to see how he fares given the quick turn-around in fixtures after his return from injury.

Tom Trybull, who missed out on out on Saturday due to individual factors, is anticipated to be back in contention for an area in the 20-man team.

Complete Rovers team: Kaminski, Pears, Stergiakis; Nyambe, Lenihan, Ayala, Douglas, Bell, Carter; Johnson, Holtby, Rothwell, Downing, Dack, Davenport, Buckley, Trybull, Chapman; Armstrong, Elliott, Brereton, Gallagher, Dolan, Butterworth