DRFC - Doncaster Rovers v Wolves preview
Doncaster entertain Wolves this Saturday in a top v bottom clash hoping to get their survival bid back on track.
Doncaster lost last weekend 2-1 at Crystal Palace conceding the winner in the last minute after playing almost 70 minutes with ten men.
The last time they played at home they beat Plymouth Argyle 1-0.
Recent home form (last game first) WDWDLD
Wolves continued to fast pace at the top of the table last weekend with a 2-0 home victory against Barnsley.
The last time they played away they lost 1-0 at QPR in front of the Sky TV cameras.
Recent away form (last game first) LWWWWL
Rovers will be without suspended duo Matt Mills and Martin Woods along with injured players James Hayter, Sean McDaid and Gordon Greer. Rovers are hopeful that both James Coppinger and Brian Stock will return to the side.
The table toppers are hopeful that leading scorer Chris Iwelumo will return to the starting line up after missing the last few games.
They are also hopeful that Jody Craddock will return after getting over his broken toe.
Still sidelined are keeper Matt Murray and defender George Elokobi both with knee injuries.
The two clubs have only ever met on four occasions in the long history of the two clubs.
I remember Rovers last visit to Molineux in 1985 fondly when two long range efforts from Colin Douglas gained Rovers all three points, the ground at the time only had two stands open and one of those the pitch was about 40 yards from the stand!
Full list of results
1923/24 Wolves 1-0 Doncaster Rovers
1923/24 Doncaster Rovers 0-2 Wolves
1985/86 Wolves 1-2 Doncaster Rovers
1985/86 Doncaster Rovers 0-1 Wolves
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