Doncaster is only the second team to play Blackpool at home after their controversial owner was forced out last month.
Rovers are expected to play in front of a crowd of nearly 15,000 on Tuesday evening whereas only a month ago, a supporters boycott meant there were only a few hundred.
Blackpool are searching for their first home win since removing owner Owen Oyston, having drawn 2-2 against Southend United in their last game at Bloomfield Road.
Promotion chasing Doncaster will be seeking to improve on their own performance at the weekend which saw them lose 2-0 to bottom placed AFC Wimbledon.
Matty Blair, Doncaster midfielder, said: “That game has gone now. It hurts at the moment, it’ll hurt on the way home and this evening but tomorrow it’s gone, and we need to refocus on Tuesday.
“Blackpool will be on a high with the new board coming in. They’ll have a big crowd and we’ll have to match their energy and work rate. If we do that, our quality will show.”
Rovers will be without striker John Marquis who was sent off in the 51st minute against Wimbledon for a second bookable offence.
Blackpool v Doncaster will kick off at 7.45pm on Tuesday.