Amari’i Bell will undergo a scan on his knee with Rovers waiting to learn how long the full back will be ruled out for.

Bell is the latest name to be added to the Rovers injury list which already contains Darragh Lenihan and Greg Cunningham (both knee), with fellow defender Joe Grayson (hamstring) another long-term absentee.

Elliott Bennett filled in at left back in the 2-2 draw with Huddersfield Town, though the Rovers captain is just a yellow card away from a one-match ban.

Asked for a timescale on Bell’s absence, boss Tony Mowbray said: “I don’t know.

“He’s injured, he’s damaged his knee.

“The pain is there, he will go for a scan, you assess the scan and then we will have a timescale.

“We’re at the beginning of that process. All I know is that he’s injured.

“That disrupted us, along with Cunningham being out and Lenihan being out.

“Then Grayson and Magloire are injured, so there’s a lot of defensive injuries at the minute, but I thought we did alright.

“We conceded a soft penalty, and we couldn’t keep the level of possession needed to stop their momentum long enough because they’re a good side with good players.

“We will take the point and move on.”

Lewis Holtby was handed his Rovers debut, scoring the opening goal and setting up the second for Bradley Dack.

He was replaced by Joe Rothwell with 20 minutes to go, and Mowbray said: “He probably needs to get up to speed.

“That was his fourth appearance for us, he’s come off the bench a few times.

“He hadn’t played any football since the end of last season so he needs to get up to speed.

“But he’s a good player, we’re looking forward to the future of him really over the rest of the season playing with Dack, Downing, Gallagher, Rothwell, Armstrong, trying to link and hopefully there’s goal at the top end of the pitch.”