Date:Wednesday December 8 2010
We take a look at the respective form of both Doncaster Rovers and Leicester City ahead of the clash at the Walker Stadium this weekend.
Leciester are currently in sixteenth position in the Championship with twenty five points and have won seven, drawn four and lost nine so far this season.
At the Walker stadium they have won five, drawn three and lost two of their ten games.
They are unbeaten in their last six home games, winning four and drawing two.
The last time they were beaten on home soil was also the last time they failed to find the net at home when they were beaten 2-0 by QPR on Spetmeber 18th.
They have only failed to find the net on one other occasion at home so far this season when they was held to a 0-0 draw by Middlesbrough in their first home game of the season.
So far this season they have kept four clean sheets including their last two home games.
Recent home form:
02/10/10 Scunthorpe 3-1
16/10/10 Hull 2-2
30/10/10 Preston 1-0
10/11/10 Sheffield United 2-2
13/11/10 Derby 2-0
29/11/10 Nottingham Forest 1-0
Doncaster are currently in twelfth place with twenty seven points from nineteen games.
Away from the Keepmoat Rovers have won three, drawn two and lost five of their ten games.
Rovers failed to score away from home for the first time in seven games when they were beaten 1-0 at Crystal Palace last time out.
They have only failed to score on three occasions away from home so far this season in the defeats at Cardiff, Queens Park Rangers and Crystal Palace.
Rovers have managed to score three times in three of their last five away games at Scunthorpe 3-1, Reading 3-4 and Portsmouth 3-2.
They have only managed to keep one clean sheet so far this season on their travels in the opening day game at Preston when they won 2-0.
Recent away form:
28/09/10 Coventry City 1-2
16/10/10 Scunthorpe 3-1
30/10/10 Reading 3-4
09/11/10 Burnley 1-1
13/11/10 Portsmouth 3-2
27/11/10 Crystal Palace 0-1
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Date:Wednesday December 8 2010
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