Rovers are set to travel to Charlton Athletic with the same group they had for the midweek win over Hull City.

Sam Gallagher (groin) has been added to the injury list as he sat out Tuesday’s win after the 24-year-old limped out of training on Monday.

He’s set to miss out again this weekend, as will Joe Rothwell and Joe Rankin-Costello (both hamstring).

However, Mowbray feels the trio have a chance to make the trip to Brentford next week, though Bradley Dack, Lewis Holtby and Corry Evans are out for the foreseeable future.

John Buckley and Harry Chapman came in to the squad on Tuesday, with Gallagher and Rankin-Costello, who picked up his injury in the defeat to Fulham last weekend, missing out.

Dominic Samuel and Ben Brereton will hope their cameos off the bench in midweek will be enough to push their claims for a starting spot.

“I don’t see any improvements for this weekend, maybe half a chance for next weekend, but there’s no guarantee of that,” Mowbray said.

“I’m pretty sure we’ll have the same sort of group to pick from this weekend as we did in midweek.”

Danny Graham was handed a rare start in midweek after Gallagher succumbed to injury, and Mowbray admits the absence of several attacking options is making life difficult.

He aded: “We have five, six or seven players out who could start this weekend.

“The dynamics of the team is changing as injuries come along.

“Gallagher’s injury early last week changed the dynamics of how we had to set the team up.

“Dack, Holtby, Rothwell, they’re all creative players, Corry Evans missing in midfield, so we’re missing a front foot press from the middle of the pitch because he’s an exceptional talent.

“We’re just trying to find a way each week, as we pick up more injuries, the best chance to win the game that’s in front of us.

“As the injured players come back, the dynamic might go back to what we’ve been doing but we’re looking forward to this game.

“It’s a tactical test for us because they’ve been playing three at the back, wing-backs, three in midfield and two strikers.

“They throw different challenges at us, how we move the ball around, how might score, the areas we need to attack.

“Yet when you have three games in a week it’s hard to do all the build up.”