Doyle and Ricketts are currently on international duty with the Republic of Ireland and Wales respectively, prompting suggestions that this Saturday's match would be postponed.
However, the two clubs have decided to let the game go ahead as scheduled as Notts County also have a number of players away on international duty.
"It's okay putting it off now, but whenever you do project forward, and hopefully we can progress in the FA Cup as well, for any fixture congestion going forwards, that can cause its own problems," Jackett told the club's official website.
"We'd made the decision to carry on and play and we're just looking forward to it now and trying to win the game."
Wolves are currently second in the League One table.