Rovers welcome back Jason Lowe to the squad for Tuesday night's home game against Queens Park Rangers.
The midfielder hasn't featured since sustaining an ankle injury in the win over Huddersfield Town and has missed the last five games.
Lowe returned to full training at the back end of last week and has continued to train well, he returns to the squad for the Ewood Park match.
"Jason Lowe is fine," revealed manager Gary Bowyer. "He trained on Friday and he joined in yesterday, so he's fine, he's back in the squad and ready to go."
Lowe could come straight in for Corry Evans after the Northern Ireland international limped out of Saturday's 2-0 win over Ipswich Town with a groin injury.
Rovers will leave it as late as they can to see if the midfielder will shake off the knock to be fit in time to face the Hoops.
"We'll give him every chance and see how he goes tomorrow morning," added the manager.
"But that is the one disappointment on a very pleasing Saturday other than that."
Dickson Etuhu returned to first team action Saturday with a late substitute appearance, that leaves just Adam Henley and Ben Marshall who remain absent with ankle injuries.
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