Rovers welcomed again one midfielder from damage however now have considerations about two extra following the defeat to AFC Bournemouth.
Joe Rothwell got here off halfway by means of the primary half and can now bear a scan on his knee to find out the severity of the damage.
Jacob Davenport was again in a matchday squad for the primary time in six weeks, however there was once more no place for Lewis Travis.
He missed the 2 matches earlier than the worldwide break with a hip downside that pressured him off within the defeat to Brentford, moments after coming off the bench, however had skilled within the lead as much as the Wycombe Wanderers defeat.
Travis was ignored of that squad, after which once more when Bournemouth got here to Ewood Park, which means he’s performed simply 11 minutes of Rovers’ final eight fixtures.
Requested whether or not the 23-year-old’s absence on Monday was right down to a health setback, or choice name, Mowbray mentioned: “Not match, not picked, not chosen, not prepared but.”
Corry Evans was additionally ignored of the squad as Davenport returned for the primary time because the defeat to Nottingham Forest in February after choosing up a groin damage in coaching.
He, together with Travis, skilled through the worldwide break, however was an unused sub within the Cherries defeat.
Rothwell saved his place within the midfield three, the place Bradley Johnson returned rather than Lewis Holtby, however would later get replaced by the German after being unable to proceed following a knock sustained within the early exchanges.
Mowbray was unable to place a timeframe on the probably absence of the midfielder who will now bear a scan to be taught the severity of the damage.
“I feel Joe’s felt one thing behind his knee,” the supervisor informed the membership web site.
“It shouldn’t be a shock to anyone at this stage of the season to have these type of accidents.
“We’ll wait and see with Joe. He’ll go for a scan and we’ll see how lengthy he’ll be out for.
“At this stage, I can’t put a time on it.”
In the meantime, Mowbray says Daniel Ayala is unlikely to play once more this season.
The Spaniard, signed on a three-year deal final summer season, has managed simply 9 appearances in what has been an injury-hit marketing campaign.
His final outing got here within the defeat to Huddersfield City in late December, prompting the transfer to usher in Taylor Harwood-Bellis and Jarrad Branthwaite on mortgage.
Ayala, aged 30, is but to return to full coaching with the squad, and with simply six video games of the season remaining, Mowbray would not foresee the previous Middlesbrough defender enjoying once more this season.