Lee Williamson is Rovers' main injury concern ahead of Tuesday night's match against Millwall.
The midfielder sustained a groin injury during the first half of the weekend win over Reading and is considered a doubt for the Den clash.
Boss Gary Bowyer will leave it as long as possible before making a decision on the fitness of Williamson, whilst other bumps and bruises from Saturday's 3-1 Ewood win will be assessed.
"He's got a little bit of a sore groin so we'll see how he is," said the Rovers manager on Monday.
"We'll give him a little bit longer to see how he is by the end of today and hopefully he'll be fit and ready to play on Tuesday.
"With the other lads, progress is being made by Jason Lowe, Tommy Spurr and Chris Brown. Josh King, with his back, is starting to recover now.
"So after the international break we'll hopefully have a real selection problem."
Rovers fans who haven't yet purchased tickets for Tuesday's match against Millwall can do so on the day of the game.
Tickets will go off sale at the Roverstore in Blackburn town centre at 5.30pm this Monday, and at Ewood Park at 11.30am on Tuesday.
After that they'll be available from the North Stand Ticket office at the Den on the evening of the game.
Some 300 tickets have been sold so far as Gary Bowyer's side travel to the capital looking for a fourth consecutive win.