BLACKBURN Rovers are set to welcome back defender Gordon Greer and Danny Guthrie to the fold ahead of Saturday’s home game with Huddersfield Town.

And despite nursing bumps and bruises, manager Owen Coyle is also hopeful of Darragh Lenihan and Sam Gallagher being available for the game at Ewood Park where Rovers will be going in search of a third consecutive win.

However, Adam Henley has suffered a setback on his return to action, tweaking his hamstring while playing for the under-23s in their 2-0 defeat to Newcastle United.  That is the same injury that had kept the full-back out of action since August.

There is one space definitely available in the matchday squad, with Ben Marshall ruled out of the Terriers’ visit through suspension after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season in last weekend’s win at Newcastle.

Coyle said: “Injury wise, Gordon Greer and Danny Guthrie are back training and so with that in mind, and no reaction, they should in contention to be involved at the weekend.

“We have a number of bumps and bruises from Newcastle, Sam Gallagher and Darragh Lenihan, but the good thing is that they have been able to train and we hope we should have the same squad of players available, with Greer and Guthrie added to that.

“The one unfortunate thing is that Ben Marshall is suspended.”

Henley was one of the senior players included in Damien Johnson’s under-23s side as they lost to Newcastle United on Monday evening.

The 22-year-old hasn’t featured for the first-team since August with a hamstring injury, having started Rovers’ opening three games of the season.

On Henley, Coyle added: “He has tweaked his hamstring so won’t be available for Saturday, but we do have one or two options at right-back.”