Norwich manager Chris Hughton will hand new signings goalkeeper Mark Bunn, midfielders Alexander Tettey and Jacob Butterfield and on-loan striker Harry Kane the chance to impress in the Capital One Cup tie against Doncaster.
Kane was handed his Norwich debut as a substitute against West Ham, but spurned the chance to become an instant hit when he scuffed his shot after being played clean through on goal in the closing moments of the 1-1 draw.
Kane, though, is not about to let that bother him as the 19-year-old prepares to lead the Norwich attack against the npower League One side at Carrow Road.
``That is football - everyone misses chances. I have just to keep getting in those positions and then take the next one,'' said Kane, who had productive loan spells at Leyton Orient and Millwall in the past two seasons.
``You just have to get on with it. The quicker you put it out of your mind and move on, the quicker you can take the next one. I have proved I can score goals with the two loan spells I have been on, now I want to do that in the Premier League.''
Winger Elliott Bennett will also be in the squad having recovered from a knee injury, as will youngster Josh Murphy and defender Elliott Ward, who is not on Norwich's Premier League squad list.
Midfielder Anthony Pilkington (back) and defender Sebastien Bassong (hamstring) remain sidelined, as does centre-half Steven Whittaker (ankle).
Doncaster striker Billy Paynter could return after a calf injury.
Saunders' side hit back to force a 1-1 home draw with Stevenage on Saturday and were given much-needed impetus by substitutes James Harper, Iain Hume and teenager James Husband.
All three players are pushing for a place in the side, while defender Shelton Martis is back in contention following a long-term calf injury.
Midfielder Martin Woods and Paul Keegan are both expected to be fit after sustaining knocks on Saturday.
A last-minute goal by David Syers clinched a surprise 3-2 win for Rovers over Hull in the previous round.