TOWN goalkeeper Ian Gray was facing a crucial visit to a specialist today.
The 28-year-old has been battling to recover from the hand injury he suffered in the FA Cup defeat at Accrington almost two months ago.
Gray broke one finger, dislocated two and fractured another bone and he has already missed seven matches.
"Ian is going to have the hand X-rayed again to see what is going on," said manager Peter Jackson today.
"He last went for a check three weeks ago and, since then, he has been having treatment to the hand while joining in training as an outfield player to keep up his general fitness.
"The injury is still bothering him, though, so we are going to re-assess how he is doing and see where we go from here."
Phil Senior will again be in goal against Doncaster tomorrow, with Academy keeper Jacob Giles on the bench for a third successive game.
"Phil has been doing really well and it's also good experience for Jacob," added Jackson.
Skipper Rob Edwards will be hoping to make his 150th League appearance for the club tomorrow in front of a biggest crowd of the season.
Town could top the 13,893 who watched Hull and improve their average home League attendance so far of 9,521.
Edwards is in his second spell with the club, having re-signed from Chesterfield in the summer, and he made only his second start since September against Bury after suffering hamstring trouble.