DRFC West Ham v Doncaster Form and Stats
Vital Doncaster looks at the form and stats ahead of Rovers clash at West Ham United.
The Hammers drew at home with Watford 1-1 in midweek and have now drawn their last three home games.
So far this season at home, they have won 9, drawn 5 and lost 3.
They have picked up 32 points at home and 33 points away from home so far this season.
Despite being in the automatic promotion places, they have not recorded back-to-back wins in their last seven games.
They have failed to score in 7 of their 34 games this season and only once in their last 13 games.
Of their last 11 goals, 10 of them have been scored by different players, with only Ricardo Vaz Te scoring more than one goal.
Carlton Cole is the leading goalscorer for the club this season with nine goals.
Mark Noble has netted seven times, with all seven coming from the penalty spot.
West Ham have lost just one of their ten championship games in 2012 when they were beaten 5-1 at Ipswich Town. Of the other nine, they have won six and drawn three.
Their last home defeat came in December when Burnley beat them 2-1.
Frederic Piquionne, who is now on loan at Rovers, has made the most substitute appearances for West Ham this season having featured 12 times from the bench.
Ipswich Town (15th) are the lowest placed championship side to beat West Ham this season. They are also the only side to have completed the double over the hammers winning 1-0 at Upton Park and 5-1 at Portman Road.
They have used 33 players so far this season in the championship with only four clubs, led by Doncaster (42) having used more.
West Ham (19) along with Southampton and Reading have won the most games in the championship this season.
West Ham are currently second in the championship with 65 points from 34 games.
Recent form: WDWDWD
Rovers won 2-1 at Nottingham Forest in their last game on Tuesday night.
The win was their first win in nine games since beating Barnsley 2-0 at home on January 2nd.
Rovers are unbeaten in three games, winning one and drawing two.
So far this season on their travels they have won 3, drawn 1 and lost 13.
They have picked up just ten points on their travels and nineteen points at home so far this season.
Only Coventry City (3 points) have picked up fewer points on their travels.
Only Coventry (14) have lost more away games than Rovers (13) have.
Ipswich Town (38) have conceded the most goals away from home this season with Rovers (37) just behind.
Rovers (30) along with Nottingham Forest and Coventry have scored the least amount of championship goals this season.
Billy Sharp (10) was the clubs leading goalscorer this season until he signed for Southampton in January.
El Hadji Diouf (5) is the clubs current leading goalscorer.
Twelve different players have scored for Rovers so far this season.
Rovers (7) along with Coventry have won the least amount of games in the championship this season.
The game with West Ham will be their third of nine games during the month of March.
Of their nine championship games so far in 2012, they have won 2, drawn 4 and lost 3 of their 9 games.
If Rovers can win at West Ham it will be the first time they have won back-to-back games since January 2011.
The last time they won back-to-back away games was in March 2010.
Rovers are currently in 23rd place with 29 points from 33 games and are three points from safety.
Recent form: DLLDDW
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