Injury to Joe Rankin-Costello has left Rovers concerned ahead of the visit of Bournemouth.

Rankin-Costello, recently back from three months out with a hamstring problem to start five of the last six games, went off in the first half of the Wycombe Wanderers defeat.

That came following a collision with the advertising boards, the 21-year-old left holding his ankle an unable to continue despite receiving treatment.

Rankin-Costello had been preferred to Ryan Nyambe once again at right back, the Namibian international on in his place and will be expected to regain his spot on the right side of the Rovers defence against Bournemouth on Monday afternoon.

“Joe wouldn't come off if he wasn't injured pretty badly, let's wait and see,” manager Tony Mowbray said.

“He's only a young guy, he doesn't know his body. He just knows he's struggling with it.

“It is a concern because he's in a lot of pain so we'll have it scanned the next few days and we'll see."

Elliott Bennett wasn’t involved on Good Friday, and neither was midfielder Lewis Travis, as Mowbray named his nine subs without the pair who will at least be hoping to make the 20-man squad on Monday afternoon.

Jacob Davenport is also in contention after missing the last six weeks of action with a groin problem, while John Buckley and Tyrhys Dolan, sent on as Rovers chased a goal on Sunday, will be eyeing recalls having started four of the previous five games prior to the Adams Park clash.