We asked our Rovers fans' jury: Would you recall Tosin Adarabioyo to the side for the visit of Millwall and if so, in the place of who?

I WOULD be tempted to start with him on the bench and then bring him on if Rovers look comfortable (dream on) later in the match.

He is still relatively inexperienced and needs to be eased into the team, building his confidence gradually. His match fitness may be questionable

That said, the competition is not great at the moment and he needs to grasp the opportunity with some mature displays when the opportunity arises.

Rovers need to develop a settled back four and the constant chopping and changing can do little for team spirit or supporter confidence.

Paul Yates

THE end of last season evidenced the emerging partnership between Derrick Williams and Darragh Lenihan in the centre of defence and largely this has continued to blossom this year. 

It’s reassuring to have Tosin Adarabioyo knocking on the door a putting much needed pressure on both players to maintain their levels of performance as he appears to be realistic competition but I see no reason to split up the two Irishmen.

Both players have a history of injuries so it’s likely he’ll soon get his chance but for now, I’m happy to let this developing relationship blossom.

Kelvin Wilkins

I WOULD hold off putting Adarabioyo back into the 11.

Despite losing to West Brom last time out the partnership of Lenihan and Williams has been relatively solid.

I think it would be harsh to change that straight after the international break and they should at least be given a chance to improve in the performance at West Brom.

Adarabioyo hasn’t come to sit on the bench though and I fully expect to see him in the 11 in the near future

Tom Schofield