Rovers will be looking to win the Lancashire Senior Cup for the first time since 2011 against Burnley tonight (7pm).

Eighteen times winners, Rovers haven’t made the final since beating Preston on penalties in 2010/11.

They will go in to the game as favourites against Burnley when they meet at the Lancashire FA headquarters, Leyland, given their Category One Academy status.

Their route to the final has so far seen them overcome Blackpool and Accrington Stanley so far.

Jacob Davenport and Harry Chapman are unlikely to feature for Damien Johnson’s side having featured in the first team draw with Swansea City on Sunday.

But Dan Butterworth, an unused sub, is expected to feature and likely to be partnered in attack by Joe Nuttall who wasn’t involved for the first team.

Rovers finished fifth in their first season back in Premier League 2, winning each of their last three league matches, and now have eyes on cup success.

Both sides were handed an allocation of 1,000 for each game, but are now off sale, with ticket sales thought to be well below that level.

Speaking of who could be involved, Mowbray said: "The likes of Butterworth and Buckley, it’s right they have been with the Under-23s all season and I can’t see any reason why they couldn’t play in a cup final for a team they have been around.

“If it was the last league game then we might not play them.”