Date:Friday October 30 2009
Doncaster Rovers and Blackpool clash at the Keepmoat on Saturday with both sides looking for three points for very different reasons.
Doncaster are struggling near the relegation zone at the moment but a couple of wins could see them quickly climb into the top half of the table.
Blackpool have been enjoying a good start to the season mainly due to their home form, and will be hoping to gain a rare three points on their travels and get back into the Play off places.
There has been an outbreak of swine flu in the Rovers camp this week, luckily it`s not yet affected any of the first team squad.
Defender Gareth Roberts will return to the squad after missing the last two games with a calf strain.
Roberts might replace James O`Connor who is struggling with a thigh injury.
Sean McDaid who has recently returned to training after an 18 month lay off is still not ready for a return to first team football.
Still out are long term casualties Brian Stock (knee), Adam Lockwood (foot), Byron Webster (elbow) and Steve Brooker (knee).
The Seasiders will definitely be without Charlie Adam and Ishmel Demontagnac who are both serving suspensions.
Neal Eardley is a doubt after picking up a knee injury at Swansea last weekend.
Daniel Nardiello is back in training after a long term injury and might make his comeback with a place on the bench.
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