Premier League sides Manchester United, Wolves and Tottenham are all in action in the FA Cup third-round replays this week.
Watford and Newcastle will also be playing their third-round ties again, and there will be extra time and penalties if the replays are drawn after 90 minutes.
Steve Bruce says he has the backing of Newcastle owner Mike Ashley in the transfer market
Newcastle head into the replay with defender Paul Dummett and striker Dwight Gayle having been added to a lengthy casualty list with hamstring injuries suffered during Saturday’s 1-1 Premier League draw at Wolves, although skipper Jamaal Lascelles could return from a fractured tibia.
Striker Joelinton, who played on with a groin problem, is yet to be ruled out of the clash with League One Dale while skipper Jamaal Lascelles could return after recovering from a fractured tibia.
The game will come too soon for midfielder Jonjo Shelvey and forward Allan Saint-Maximin (both hamstring), while defenders Javier Manquillo and Fabian Schar (also both hamstring) and DeAndre Yedlin (knee), as well as midfielder Ki Sung-yueng and striker Yoshinori Muto (both knocks), are still sidelined.
Rochdale have defender Rhys Norrington-Davies available again.
Stat of the game: Newcastle have lost just one of their last 27 FA Cup home matches against sides from a lower division (W21 D5), losing 1-5 vs Birmingham in 2007 in a third-round replay.
Fourth-round tie: Home game against Oxford United on Saturday 25 January (kick-off 3pm).
Jose Mourinho says he agrees with Spurs supporters who jeered Christian Eriksen for his below-par performance against Liverpool on Saturday
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has revealed Toby Alderweireld will be rested in the FA Cup replay against Middlesbrough. Alderweireld is the only man who will get the night off as Mourinho confirmed everyone else, including Christian Eriksen, will be involved.
Ben Davies (ankle), Hugo Lloris (elbow), Tanguy Ndombele (hip), Harry Kane (hamstring) and Moussa Sissoko (knee) are all missing.
Middlesbrough boss Jonathan Woodgate will be without striker Britt Assombalonga after he suffered a setback in training. Assombalonga, who has not played since damaging an ankle against Charlton on December 7, had been expected to join the squad for the trip to the capital but was still struggling in training on Sunday and has been left out of the travelling party.
Keeper Darren Randolph, who underwent a medical at West Ham last week, is fit after a thigh injury but with his proposed transfer yet to be completed, will not figure. Tomas Mejias is set to start once again after playing in the first game.
Defender Daniel Ayala is expected to be out for two to three weeks with an ankle problem while George Friend, Ryan Shotton and Anfernee Dijksteel are still sidelined.
Stat of the game: Tottenham are unbeaten in their last nine home games against Middlesbrough in all competitions (W6 D3), but did lose a penalty shootout in this run in December 2003 in the League Cup quarter-final.
Fourth-round tie: Away game against Southampton on Saturday 25 January (kick-off 3pm).
Man Utd vs Wolves – Wednesday, 7.45pm
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted there is a question mark over the involvement of Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw and Ashley Young for Manchester United.
Rashford was withdrawn in the second half of the win against Norwich, with Solskjaer admitting he might need to “see how we can manage him.” Shaw has suffered from illness, as well as a hamstring problem, while Ashley Young was deemed not fit enough to face the Canaries.
Diogo Jota will miss out again for Wolves. Jota is recovering from a calf problem, while defender Willy Boly is still recovering from a fractured ankle.