Bristol Rovers host Blackpool at The Memorial Stadium tomorrow as manager Ben Garner seeks his first win in charge of the Gas.
Garner joined the club in December while the squad was in the midst of an injury crisis however the medical room has slowly cleared over recent weeks.
Ahead of the clash with the Tangerines, key updates have been provided on a few injuries carried by the Bristol Rovers squad.
Right-back Josh Hare is ahead of schedule after suffering an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury.
Midfielder Liam Sercombe is set to return to the fold in the next couple of weeks.
He has missed the past four weeks because of a shoulder injury and is due to make a training return next week before having a shoulder injection which will enable him to play.
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Centre-back Tom Davies has been ruled out for the rest of the season and requires surgery after struggling with a knee injury.
Davies’ surgery has been penned in for the end of February.
January signing James Daly has had to wait for his debut in the blue and white quarters after he rolled his ankle in training last week.
The striker traveled with the squad to Tranmere on Tuesday and completed a running session with the fitness coach before returning to training in the last couple of days.
If Daly managed to make it through Friday’s training session, then he could be involved against Blackpool.