Workington Town's squad has been boosted by the return of three players ahead of the League 1 play-offs.

Town welcome Doncaster to Derwent Park tomorrow (3pm kickoff) hoping to end the regular season on a high and secure a home game against the Dons in the play-offs.

Head coach Chris Thorman had only 15 fit players for last weekend's trip to Hunslet but he will have more options to choose from for this crunch clash, with Calvin Wellington, Gordon Maudling and Russ Bolton all coming back into contention.

The return of the trio should help Town in their bid to finish with a victory.

"Obviously home advantage in the play-offs is fairly significant for a number of reasons but we want to keep building that momentum and that's something we've been doing over our last five games," Thorman said.

"We're building nicely and I would like to think we're going good at the right time which was always the plan since I arrived.

"We're looking forward to the challenge of Doncaster on Sunday because they've got a fair few threats but we'll prioritise ourselves.

"One thing we can improve from Hunslet is just to control the ball a little bit more."

Thorman expects Danny Tickle, Sean Penkywicz, Fuifui Moimoi and Andrew Dawson to continue leading in the absence of captain Ollie Wilkes after his retirement.