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DRFC Derby v Doncaster Team News

Derby County and Doncaster Rovers meet at Pride Park this weekend with a place in the fifth round of the FA Cup at stake.

The Rams will be without on loan striker DJ Campbell who as been refused permission to play in the cup by his parent club Leicester City.

Defender Shaun Barker is struggling with a groin injury but is expected to be fit in time to play.

Rovers have no new fresh injury worries after their midweek cup win at Brentford.

Brian Stock might be rested after starting both Saturdays game with Watford and Tuesday`s game with Brentford after three months on the sidelines.

Martin Woods is back in training following his groin injury but is not ready for a return to first team action.

Rovers will be hoping to win for the second time in just over a month at Derby and progress to the fifth round of the FA Cup since 1954/55.

The fifth round is the furthest the club have ever reached in their history.


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Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday January 22 2010

Time: 7:05PM

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Would be great for Rovers to reach the fifth round.
dazza71
With Derby putting all their players on the transfer list, will that help or not?
herringthorpe
I suppose they are all wanting to impress potential buyers.
dazza71
 

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