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April 16th, 2012 / Armchair Punter - Category:
Tuesday 17th April 2012 – Kickoff: 1945hrs
Middlesbrough will be looking to post back-to-back wins when bottom of the league Doncaster Rovers come to the Riverside Stadium on Tuesday night to maintain their play-off push.
Boro’s win at Derby County at the weekend was their first taste of success in their last eight matches and stopped the rot along with keeping pace of the top six. The equation is now simple for them; they must win at least two of their last three matches to have a chance of making the play-offs. Looking at their remaining fixtures, they take on Doncaster tonight, then Southampton at home, and last match of the season is away at Watford and I daresay they’d be wanting at the most a point for that trip.
That leaves this match against Doncaster as their must-win match and one they’d fancy getting all three points. Boro’s home record stands at 7-9-5 20/20, and have drawn way too many home matches for their liking which has cost them a play-off position as it currently stands.
Scoring goals has basically been the problem and one of the factors contributing to their high draw ratio. This is put into perspective when you consider that only Nottingham Forest (19 goals) have scored fewer at home in the Championship.
Marvin Emnes (13 goals, 2 assists) is their leading scorer with midfielder Barry Robson (7 goals, 8 assists) providing valuable support along with Scott McDonald (9 goals, 4 assists). One thing in Middlesbrough’s favour though is their tight defence – sixth best defensive record with eight shut-outs.
Visitors Doncaster Rovers would be wishing they had at least a half-decent defensive record as they currently sit bottom of the Championship having conceded a total of 77 goals so far this season. Rovers are having a torrid time of it at the moment and have gained just one point from their last eight matches which means that they now occupy 24th place.
Recent losses to relegation rivals Millwall and Portsmouth have basically been the straws that broke the camel’s back and they are now relegated and facing the prospect of League One football next season.
Their away form has been pretty bad all season with stats of 3-3-15 19/45 and they’ve conceded the most number of goals on the road, keeping just one clean sheet all season. The transfer of leading scorer Billy Sharp (10 goals) to Southampton unsurprisingly proved to be the turning point and the installation of former Wrexham manager, Dean Saunders, wasn’t enough to keep them up.
El-Hadji Diouf (6 goals, 5 assists) is their danger man along with creative midfielder Coppinger (2 goals, 6 assists), but they are very susceptible at the back and will always give the opposition a sniff of a goal.
Middlesbrough have to win this one and if they have that hunger and desire to reach the play-offs, there should be goals on show here tonight given Doncaster’s poor away defensive record as well. I’ll go for a Boro win 2-1.
Main Pick: Over 2.5 @ 1.83 Paddy Power
March 12th, 2012 / Armchair Punter - Category:
Tuesday 13th March 2012 – Kickoff: 1945hrs
Second from bottom Doncaster Rovers take on third placed Reading at the Keepmoat Stadium on Tuesday night with Reading in search of a ninth successive Championship win.
Doncaster themselves have put together a four match unbeaten run to keep their hopes alive of maintaining their Championship status, but remain in the bottom three level on points with Coventry City. However, draws against Peterborough United, Brighton and West Ham, along with a 2-1 win at lowly Nottingham Forest has given Dean Saunders’ men renewed hope.
Doncaster’s home record stands at 4-7-5 13/17, and have lost just once in their last eight at home which was a disappointing 1-3 loss to play-off candidates Blackpool. Three of their last four at home have ended in draws though which has prevented them from climbing out of the drop-zone.
Up front they’ve now got El-Hadji Diouf (5 goals, 4 assists) since striker Billy Sharp left for Southampton, but seem a little light on attacking options with James Hayter (3 goals) and James Coppinger (3 assists) as the other main back-up players.
Reading will be looking for their ninth successive win when they travel north on the back of some impressive results; 1-0 against Burnley, Middlesbrough 2-0 and Leicester City 3-1 which has sustained their final push for automatic promotion.
The Royals now lie third place just behind West Ham on goal difference and another win at Doncaster would lift them into second place just behind Southampton. Their away record stands at 9-2-5 19/14 and have won their last four on the road with wins at Watford, Derby County, Middlesbrough and Millwall.
They have more attacking options in Simon Church and Adam Le Fondre (7 goals each), Noel Hunt (6 goals) and McAnuff, Robson-Kanu and Roberts (4 goals apiece). Creativity has been supplied by wingers McAnuff (9 assists) and Kebe (7 assists).
Despite Doncaster’s recent unbeaten run, I have to back this Reading side who have the winning habit along with scoring 13 goals and conceding just 2 in this eight match winning streak, and possess far more attacking options going forward; a 2-1 win for the away side I reckon.
Pick: Reading straight win @ 2.00 Pinnacle
March 4th, 2011 / Armchair Punter - Category:
LEEDS UNITED v DONCASTER ROVERS
Football: England: nPower Championship
Saturday 5th March 2011 – Kickoff 3pm
Hosts Leeds United will be bidding to extend their unbeaten home record to eleven matches when they entertain free-scoring and free-conceding Doncaster Rovers at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon.
Simon Grayson’s men have hit a good run of form at home at just the right time as the Yorkshire side look to make the last play-off spot their own despite stiff opposition from Leicester City and Burnley who are both hot on their heels.
Leeds possess a high-scoring home record of 8-5-4 35/29, and are joint highest home goal scorers along with QPR. They may have raised a few eyebrows with their performances and durability so far, while others will be of the opinion that they expect nothing less of this sleeping giant and is only a matter of time before they play on the big stage once again, renewing their rivalry with the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal.
Perhaps what is surprising though, is the amount of goals that they continue to bang in despite stepping up a league; 35 goals for, in an over:under ratio of 13:4 which speaks for itself. The main culprits being strikers Luciano Becchio (15 goals, 8 assists) who has continued his form from last season, Davide Somma (11 goals), former Leicester City midfielder Max-Alain Gradel (13 goals, 5 assists) who is enjoying his best season yet, along with Jonathan Howson (7 goals, 6 assists) and Robert Snodgrass (6 goals, 5 assists) – plenty of firepower here which underlines their potency.
Doncaster Rovers will travel to Elland Road in a better frame of mind following two good results on the road; they drew 1-1 at Norwich City, then followed that up with an emphatic 3-1 win at Derby County.
Rovers too are no strangers to hitting the back of the net, with 24 away goals to their credit with only Watford (28), Leeds United (27) and Cardiff City & Hull City (25 goals apiece) ahead of them. Their away record has improved as a result and now stands at 4-4-9 24/36, but it will be their defence which will be under scrutiny at Leeds as the south Yorkshire side are second only to Crystal Palace (38 goals) in conceding away goals. Their over:under ratio stands at 12:5 which is interesting and worth taking note of.
Nevertheless, Rovers also carry a major goal threat in the shape of striker Billy Sharp (14 goals, 3 assists), along with James Hayter (8 goals) and midfielder James Coppinger (6 goals, 10 assists). Fellow midfielder John Oster (8 assists) also provides the ammunition for Sharp up front.
The Verdict: I expect a few goals in this fixture between two sides who can’t help themselves when the lure of an attack presents itself – an entertaining 2-2 draw could be a possible result here.
Main Pick: Over 2.5
@ 1.70 with bet365
looks a good play
January 24th, 2011 / Armchair Punter - Category:
DONCASTER ROVERS v BARNSLEY
Football: England: nPower Championship
Tuesday 25th January 2011 – Kickoff 7.45pm
It’s 15th versus 16th in Tuesday night’s Championship fixture between Doncaster Rovers and Barnsley respectively as the two sides meet at the Keepmoat Stadium with both sides on 34 points apiece.
Doncaster will be looking to return to winning ways following a three match winless streak, but they had put together a five match unbeaten run at home prior to Reading’s visit last weekend, however, The Royals dished out a 3-0 loss to Rovers at the Keepmoat – only their second defeat this season on home turf.
Donny’s home record overall stands at a respectable 6-4-2 20/13, with 7 of their 12 home matches so far resulting in over 2.5 goals. But if you’re looking at current form and goalscoring overall, you’ll be interested to know that their last six league matches (including home & away) have all been over 2.5 goals.
And the reason? Billy Sharp is his name! Sharp has scored 12 goals, 3 assists, and has been backed up with the likes of fellow forward James Hayter (8 goals) and midfielder James Coppinger (6 goals, 9 assists) who is in good form and only needs 2 more goals to equal his best tally (when with Exeter City). Ex Everton & Sunderland midfielder John Oster has also chipped in with 6 assists as Rovers also possess plenty of creative outlets in their armoury.
Rovers’ opponents on Tuesday night, Barnsley, were a tad unlucky not to get all three points on offer when they hosted Swansea City at the weekend – a 90th minute penalty got The Swans out of jail, but despite that, Barnsley will be happy with holding the second placed side to a draw nonetheless.
Barnsley’s away record has been a little sketchy so far which is reflected in their statistics of 2-3-7 11/25, but in terms of total goals in away matches, The Tykes have been involved in 9 of their 12 away matches resulting in over 2.5 goals. This is largely thanks to a make-shift defence who are conceding on a regular basis; they’ve kept an away clean sheet only once and that was a 0-0 draw at Scnthorpe United back in September last year.
Their set-up of 4-4-1-1 is likely to be continued away from home in this fixture (thanks for the info k.bett), so I think they’re more likely to concede rather than score, but should be good for at least one goal you’d think. Note of warning – they’ve drawn a blank on 7 occasions also though.
Leading scorer Adam Hammill (8 goals, 4 assists) has joined Wolves, but they still have Andy Gray (4 goals), Garry O’Connor (3 goals, 2 assists) and Goran Lovre (2 goals, 3 assists) amongst others.
The Verdict: Despite Barnsley losing the services of Hammill, I still think there will be goals in this fixture given Doncaster’s appetite for attacking football at the Keepmoat Stadium – Rovers to win 2-1 as a possible scoreline.
Side Bet: Billy Sharp to score anytime @ 2.30 with bet365
January 16th, 2011 / Armchair Punter - Category:
FA Cup Tips
WOLVES v DONCASTER ROVERS
Football: England: FA Cup 3rd Round Replay
Tuesday 18th January 2011 – Kickoff 7.45pm
Premiership Wolves take on Championship outfit Doncaster Rovers when they meet again to settle the 3rd round replay at Molineaux on Tuesday night and secure a home tie in the 4th round against either Stoke City or Cardiff City.
Wolves were held to an entertaining 2-2 draw at The Keepmoat last weekend, and now have a second bite of the cherry to finish off their visitors on their home ground. In similar fasjion to their neighbours West Brom, Wolves have been a tad unlucky in recent times, losing by just the one goal margin to the likes of Wigan Athletic 1-2 at home, and yesterday at Manchester City going down 3-4 despite a spirited display. But they will certainly gain confidence from recent wins over Liverpool and Chelsea, winning both fixtures 1-0.
Their Premiership home record stands at a reasonable 5-2-4 15/15, and it’s interesting to note that they’ve scored in all but one of their eleven home matches in the league so far, the only exception was a 0-2 loss at home to Arsenal back in November. Conversely, they’ve managed only two clean sheets so far also.
With the 4th round ties already having been drawn, I wouldn’t mind betting that Mick McCarthy puts out a decent side against Doncaster as Wolves would probably fancy either potential opponents Stoke or Cardiff at home, so Ebanks-Blake (4 goals, 3 assists), Steven Fletcher (4 goals) and Kevin Doyle (1 goal, 3 assists) could all figure in this important tie, if only to gain some confidence should they score for their important second half of the Premiership season.
Visitors Doncaster Rovers have absolutely nothing to lose when they make the trip down to the midlands on Tuesday night. The Championship side have an outside chance of reaching the play-offs while the possibility of relegation remains a slender one, their mid-table position would enable them to field a strong side in an attempt to knock out their Premiership opponents who have real relegation worries.
Donny have done enough so far to secure their Championship status, but they still lack a couple of real quality players to make a serious push for promotion. Their away record of 3-3-6 18/27 is a bit of a concern, with only Leicester City (31 goals) and Crystal Palace (34 goals) having conceded more away from home.
But this statistic augers well for my prediction; Doncaster have failed to score on just three occasions out of their twelve away from home, while keeping a clean sheet just the once which was a 2-0 win at Preston North End in the opening match of the season.
Rovers possess some dangerous players of their own in strikers Billy Sharp (10 goals, 3 assists) & James Hayter (8 goals), while midfielders James Coppinger (6 goals, 7 assists) and John Oster (6 assists) provide the ammunition.
The Verdict: Both sides will have genuine belief that they can progress into the next round, so therefore I’m backing both to score in what should be an entertaining cup replay.
Main Pick: Both teams to score @ 1.72 with bet365 (early price subject to change)
December 16th, 2010 / Armchair Punter - Category:
Doncaster Rovers (16th) v Middlesbrough (21st)
Friday 17th December 2010 – 7.45pm
Doncaster Rovers will be looking to get back to winning ways following two straight defeats when they entertain lowly Middlesbrough at their Keepmoat Stadium on Friday night.
Donny’s last two league matches have ended in defeat, admittedly both away, at Crystal Palace 0-1 and then a heavy loss at Leicester City, losing 1-5. But it’s a different story at The ‘Moat, as Doncaster are usually a very hard nut to crack on home turf, and this again has been the case so far this season.
Their home record reads 4-4-1 15/9, with their only loss coming against a then-rampant Derby County during their early season purple-patch. Since then, The Rams have gone off the boil but that’s a different story.
Doncaster have recorded wins over Hull City & Norwich City (both 3-1), along with victories over Sheffield United 2-0 and Millwall 2-1. Basically, they haven’t lost at home to a team placed lower than them in the league so far.
Leading goalscorer Billy Sharp (7 goals, 2 assists) continues on his merry way and once again shows he’s prolific at this level. He’s also backed up by fellow forward James Hayter (6 goals) and midfielder James Coppinger (6 goals, 4 assists) who is a consistent performer in the Championship. Former Everton midfielder John Oster has also contributed with 5 assists, as Rovers have plenty to offer up front.
The same cannot be said for tonight’s visitors, Middlesbrough, particularly when focusing on their performances on their travels.
Boro have returned a measly 4 goals on the road so far this season, and along with West Ham, are the lowest goalscorers away from home in all the English leagues.
It’s no surprise then that they find themselves just above the relegation places and possess a woeful away record, a far cry from their pre-season promotion favourites tag; 1-1-8 4/15 is hardly promotion material, and incumbent manager Tony Mowbray has a lot of hard work to do just to keep them up, let alone harbour aspirations of at the most, a play-off place.
Another damning statistic is that they’ve drawn a blank on seven occasions in their ten away matches so far, and have lost the most away matches (equal with Crystal Palace). Striker Kris Boyd (5 goals, 1 assist) heads the charts, with fellow tubby Scot, Scott McDonald (3 goals, 3 assists), and Estonian forward Tarmo Kink (3 goals) providing support.
There seems little in the way of creativity though (a trait that seems to follow Mowbray’s style of play), and this has prevented Boro from gaining any real momentum so far.
The Verdict: The Keepmoat is a tough place to go and get anything out of, particularly for a Boro side bereft of confidence away from home, coming up against a Doncaster side who are an attractive, attacking proposition at home.
Main Pick: Doncaster Rovers @ 2.27 with PinnacleSports is surely worth a shot.
Side Bet: James Coppinger to score anytime @ 4.00 with bet365 – Coppinger has scored 5 of his 6 goals at home.
November 8th, 2010 / Armchair Punter - Category:
Burnley (9th) v Doncaster Rovers (12th)
Tuesday 9th November 2010 – 7.45pm
Turf Moor has seen plenty of goal action this season so far, and I’m backing this trend to continue when these two attacking teams play each other Tuesday night.
Burnley (15 goals at home) are second only to Derby County (20) and QPR (16) in the scoring stakes as Wolves’ loss is Burnley’s gain with in-form striker Chris Iwelumo (8 goals) continues his goal-scoring form. He bagged 14 goals in the Championship last time he was in the division (helping Wolves to the Premiership), and continues to excel at this level.
Both Burnley and Doncaster are on 22 points, and a win for either side would propel them into the play-off places in this highly competitive league.
The Clarets have caught my eye over the last couple of weeks with their free-scoring approach, particularly at home where out of their seven games at home, five of them have resulted in over 2.5; 3-0 v Leicester City, 4-3 v Preston NE, 4-0 v Hull City, 3-0 v Barnsley & 0-4 v Reading.
It’s also interesting to note that Chris Iwelumo has scored all of his eight goals so far at home – the highest home scorer in the league. He may not start though, but Martin Paterson (2 goals) bagged a brace against Norwich City and is likely to retain his place up front. Midfielder Chris Eagles (5 goals, 3 assists) is always an attacking force, while Jay Rodriguez (3 goals) has also chipped in. Veteran Graham Alexander (2 goals, 4 assists) continues to shine, and five other players have also contributed to assists.
Tonight’s visitors, Doncaster Rovers are fresh from their 2-1 home win over Millwall at the weekend, and are likely to travel with the same squad to Turf Moor.
Manager Sean O’Driscoll has an injury doubt over defender Joseph Mills who sustained an ankle injury against The Lions, while striker Billy Sharp is still sidelined with a hamstring injury.
New loan signing David Healy (1 goal) scored on his debut on Saturday though and will retain his place up front in attack. Donny also have other dangerous players in midfielder James Coppinger (5 goals, 4 assists), John Oster (4 assists) and forward James Hayter (3 goals).
Rovers also have a penchant for being involved in high scoring games as their away record suggests – out of their seven away matches, six have resulted in over 2.5; 0-4 at Cardiff City, 2-2 at Watford, 0-3 at QPR, 1-2 at Coventry City, 3-1 at Scnthorpe United & 3-4 at Reading.
The Verdict: Any suggestion of a leaky defence and I feel either Iwelumo or Paterson will exploit this to it’s fullest as both are proven goalscorers at this level. As for Doncaster, they’ve enough in their locker room to at least get on the scoresheet even without Billy Sharp.
Main Pick: Over 2.5
@ 1.80 with bet365
Side Bet: Chris Iwelumo to score anytime
@ 2.20 with bet365
November 4th, 2010 / Armchair Punter - Category:
Doncaster Rovers (15th) v Millwall (14th)
Saturday 6th November 2010 – 3pm
While it’s Cup day in the lower leagues, it’s business as usual in the Championship, and hosts Doncaster Rovers will be looking to bounce back to their business as usual mode when they entertain Millwall at their Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday.
I say business as usual but it should be normal service will resume as they have only lost once at home in their last eight matches (a 2-3 loss to in-form Derby County) the only blot on their copy book so far.
Donny’s home record is pretty good with stats of 3-3-1 12/7, but their away form has let them down so they sit mid-table as a result. But a win here could lift them to the edge of the play-off places! Goals do not seem to be a problem for Rovers either as they have failed to score at home only twice in their last fourteen matches at the Keepmoat.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, hit-man Billy Sharp (6 goals,2 assists) is their leading scorer once again, following his 15-goal haul last season for Doncaster. Influential midfielder James Coppinger (5 goals, 4 assists) is also having a good season, while fellow midfielder John Oster (4 assists) continues to pull the strings in midfield. Ten different players have netted for Donny so far this campaign.
Their visitors today, Millwall, sit one place above Doncaster with the solitary goal being the difference. However, The Lions have only won once on the road since their opening day 3-0 victory at Bristol City, and that was an important 1-0 win at Crystal Palace.
Scoring goals on the road has been a bit of a problem for them, with just a further 4 goals in six matches. Striker Steve Morison (5 goals, 3 assists) but he’s scored just the one goal in Millwall’s last seven league matches.
Midfielder James Henry (4 assists) will also have to be watched, but I get the feeling that Millwall are still finding their feet in the step up this season.
Millwall’s away record stands at 2-2-3 7/8, but as I mentioned previously, they do not have momentum on their side going into this fixture.
The Verdict: I think Doncaster Rovers will be too canny for Millwall on home ground in this one, so I’m going for the value on offer here courtesy of our generous bookies!
Pick: Doncaster Rovers
@ 2.25 with William Hill or 2.20 with bet365
September 16th, 2010 / Armchair Punter - Category:
Doncaster Rovers (4th) v Leeds United (13th)
Friday 17th September 2010 – 7.45pm
It’s the Keepmoat Stadium for my next tip on Friday night for the first time this season as Doncaster Rovers play host to Yorkshire rivals Leeds United in the Championship.
Donnie have been impressive so far this season and deserve to be in the early play-off places albeit early doors and all. At home they’ve recorded two wins and a draw – 1-1 v Bristol City, 3-1 v Hull City and 3-1 v Norwich City, while on the road, they beat Preston NE 2-0, lost 0-4 at Cardiff City, but bounced back to get a 2-2 draw at Watford with George Friend grabbing a 90th minute equaliser at Vicarage Road last weekend.
But it’s goals that I’m focusing on in tonight’s fixture as I believe both sides have the potential to upset the bookies prices in this one.
Doncaster’s last six home matches in the Championship read as follows;
1-2 v Plymouth Argyle
2-3 v West Brom
4-3 v Scnthorpe United
1-1 v Bristol City
3-1 v Hull City
3-1 v Norwich City
Five out of the last six have resulted in Over 2.5 with a total number of goals tallying 25 – that’s an average of 4.16 goals per match.
Midfielder James Coppinger (4 goals, 1 assist) is enjoying a great start to the new season and looks set to beat his previous best goal tally of 8 goals way back when he was with Exeter City in the Conference in the 2003/04 season. Striker Billy Sharp (2 goals) has bagged a couple of goals already and he has shown in recent seasons that he can be relied upon to hit the back of the net – he scored 15 for Rovers last season along with 6 assists.
As for their counterparts, Leeds United, they’ve adapted fairly well with the step up to Championship football, but I guess this is no real surprise as the bulk of their large squad are used to playing or have had experience of a higher standard than League One football.
Their midweek mauling at Barnsley 5-2 would have raised a few eyebrows (including mine), and not a result many would have foreseen, and I think if Tykes fans were honest they wouldn’t have seen that one coming either.
Anyhow, this result only reinforces my decision to back goals on Friday night, and if we look at Leeds United’s last six matches in all competitions;
1-1 v Nottingham Forest
3-1 v Millwall
1-2 v Leicester City (Carling Cup)
1-0 v Watford
2-1 v Swansea City
2-5 v Barnsley
Four of the last six have resulted in Over 2.5 with a total number of goals tallying 20 – that’s an average of 3.33 goals per match.
Whilst they no longer have the services of prolific striker Jermaine Beckford (25 goals, 5 assists last season), they still do possess fellow Argentinian striker Luciano Becchio who bagged 15 last season and has scored 2 so far this campaign.
Also, Leeds have signed South African striker Davide Somma who scored 9 goals for Lincoln City last season and has linked up with Becchio this season chipping in with 3 so far.
The Verdict: In short, I expect at least 1 goal from Leeds United in this fixture, with the remainder probably coming from Doncaster. In recent meetings, they’ve been separated by just the one goal but that was a couple of seasons ago and I believe that Doncaster Rovers are a much stronger team now at home going forward, so I’m backing goals at the Keepmoat.
Pick: Over 2.5 @ 2.05 with William Hill
April 23rd, 2010 / Armchair Punter - Category:
Coca Cola Championship
Doncaster Rovers (12th) v Scunthorpe United (19th)
Saturday 24th April 2010 – 1500hrs
It’s derby day so it’s over to the Keepmoat Stadium for my next tip; Doncaster Rovers will be keen to get back to winning ways when they entertain lowly Scunthorpe United on Saturday. Rovers have suffered three straight losses at home recently to Newcastle United 0-1, a rather surprising 1-2 reverse at the hands of relegated Plymouth Argyle and a 2-3 loss to West Brom.
I’d forgive them for the Newcastle & West Brom results, but they more than likely got a right kick up the arse following the Plymouth display, something I feel counts towards a Doncaster home win this time around.
Rovers’ home record reads 8-7-7 28/26 and sit smack-bang mid-table with this moderate record. Strikers Paul Heffernan and James Hayter (8goals,2assists) look set to continue upfront, but Dean Shiels (6goals,1assist) will be pushing for a start. Sadly, top scorer Billy Sharp (15goals,6assists) is out injured, so it’ll be up to the midfield to win the battle in the middle of the park to eke out a result here. I expect John Oster (1goal,6assists) and James Coppinger (4goals,3assists) to step up in this fixture.
Scunthorpe have had a miserable time on the road lately, having just secured one win in their last eight outings (a 1-0 win at Sheffield United), the other seven ending in straight defeats! They’ve also conceded six goals in their last two, with top scorer Gary Hooper (17goals,5assists) unable to turn things around at the other end.
The Iron’s away record reads 4-3-15 19/48 and as mentioned above, it’s no surprise that they have also conceded the most goals away from home in the Championship.
They do possess some firepower in the shape of Paul Hayes (8goals,9assists), Grant McCann (8goals,2assists) & Garry Thompson (8goals,3assists), but I feel if Doncaster can keep Hooper quiet then that’ll go a long way to them winning this one.
Pick: Doncaster Rovers
@ a tempting 2.05 with Betclic