Doncaster currently sit just two places and four points above the relegation zone and will be especially wary of getting dragged too close to the bottom three due to their poor goal difference, which is the second worst in the league.
Donny's home form has been their saving grace so far this season, with 13 of their 20 points coming at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Dickov will once again be without Jamie McCombe and Rob Jones, but the hosts will be given a boost by the expected inclusion of Richie Wellens, who has overcome a slight knock in time for Saturday's game.
Leeds, meanwhile, have beaten Doncaster five times in a row and will be looking to make it six straight against their Yorkshire rivals.
Brian McDermott's men come into this match in good form having lost just one of their last six matches, a run that has put them in the mix of teams vying for a playoff spot.
A win could be enough for Leeds to jump from eighth into the top six in the Championship table, with just one point separating them from fifth-placed Nottingham Forest.
Their away form leaves a lot to be desired, however, as Leeds have picked up just three points from the last 21 available on their travels.
Possible starting lineups
Doncaster: Turnbull; Stephens, McCullough, Khumalo, Quinn; Furman, Wellens, Coppinger, Duffy, Robinson; Macheda
Leeds: Kenny; Pearce, Peltier, Zaliukas; Byram, Murphy, Austin, Mowatt, Pugh; Smith, McCormack
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