Rovers will invite fans to pay their respect to those killed in the Westminster terrorist attack prior to Sunday's game against Plymouth Argyle.
All EFL fixtures this weekend will be preceded by a minute's silence as a tribute to those who lost their lives on Wednesday afternoon.
Everyone associated with football is united in denouncing the mindless actions that have led to British citizens and tourists to our capital becoming victims, losing their lives or suffering unnecessary harm.
One of the victims PC Palmer, was killed while on duty and special tribute must be paid to the emergency services who acted bravely and decisively in the aftermath.
We will also invite supporters to join us in paying tribute to Ryan McBride, the Derry City captain who passed away suddenly earlier this month, with a minute's applause once the stadium clock hits 27 - the age the defender was at the time of his untimely death.