Ferguson, who moved to to Ewood Park in a £7.5million deal from Rangers 10 years ago this summer, suffered a sickening head injury during the Seasiders' 1-0 loss to Peterborough before the international break.
The veteran midfielder received lengthy treatment after being inadvertently kicked in the head by team-mate Isaiah Osbourne, and left the field on a stretcher.
Utility man Basham has not played for the first team since last month's goalless draw at Leicester due to a broken cheekbone, but returned alongside full-back Bob Harris (broken toe) in last week's reserve victory over Sunderland when the latter scored in a 2-1 defeat.
"Both of them have trained this week. They've been doing some running with not much contact," Ince explained on Pool's official website. "We'll have a look at them and see where we go from there."
Ince's son, Tom, declared himself fit to face managerless Rovers earlier this week despite pulling out of England's Under-21 squad for the friendlies against Romania and Austria due to a knee complaint.
Gary Taylor-Fletcher (hamstring) and Ian Evatt (knee) remain out for the long term.