Brewers optimistic over Dyer
Jack Dyer could come back into contention for Burton's first-ever visit to Bristol Rovers.
Dyer missed the thrilling 3-2 home win over Morecambe on Monday which guaranteed Albion's League Two status for another season. The midfielder was ruled out after aggravating a knee injury in Friday's 1-1 draw away to Dagenham. Caretaker boss Gary Rowett is optimistic about Dyer's chances of returning to action at the Memorial Ground. "Jack already had a sore knee from a previous game and took another bang on it at Dagenham so leaving him out against Morecambe was more a case of giving the injury time to settle down and hopefully the rest he's had will have done the trick," said Rowett. "We've got a couple of training sessions before the Bristol game to assess Jack. If he comes through without a problem, he'll definitely be challenging for a place this weekend." Rowett is also hoping full-back Aaron Webster recovers from a knock to the thigh sustained in the Morecambe game. Young striker Adi Yussuf has put himself in contention for a recall to the squad after scoring four times for the reserves on Tuesday afternoon.