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DRFC Rovers huge price to shock the saints

After being favourites in their last two games and coming away with nothing, Doncaster Rovers are once again a huge price has they travel to table toppers Southampton.

Ladbrokes have Doncaster at 8/1 to return from the south coast with all three points.

Southampton will be looking to extend their five-point lead at the top of the championship and they are 1/3 on.

Rovers are not even fancied to earn a point and it is 4/1for the points to be shared.

Southampton striker Rickie Lambert is running away with the golden boot in the championship.

Lambert scored a hat trick at Millwall last weekend and he is 5/2 to score first.

Rovers could line up against their former striker Billy Sharp for the first time today since his move in January.

The striker netted 41 times for Rovers in two and a half seasons and he is 3/1 to open the scoring.

Since the departure of Sharp, Rovers striker El Hadji Diouf has been the clubs main scoring threat and he is 10/1 to score first.

There is also a former saint in the Rovers line up today. Simon Gillett will be hoping to score against his old club and he is 28/1 to open the scoring.

For a full list of odds go to Ladbrokes

*Odds subject to fluctuation

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Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 24 2012

Time: 7:18AM

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After the last two games I am dreading today. Probably likely to do better as we are not fancied.
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24/03/2012 08:45:00

I am just hoping for a good game. Three points at the end though would suit us as well, so I hope you won't be to downhearted when you leave our ground with no points.
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