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DRFC Doncaster v Burnley Team News

Doncaster Rovers boss Dean Saunders looks set to be without strike duo El Hadji Diouf and Frederic Piquionne for their crucial home clash with Burnley today.

The duo both limped out of the game in Rovers 4-0 defeat at Leicester City on Saturday.

Chris Brown is likely to start having not started for Rovers since August.

Brian Stock came off the bench for Rovers on Saturday for his first appearance for a month and he could come into the starting eleven.

Martin Woods and Habib Bamogo are not ready for a return to first team action despite returning to training last week.

Tommy Spurr will once again be missing following surgery on his broken hand.

Burnley will be hoping striker Charlie Austin can shake off a rib injury he picked up in the weekend win over Brighton.

Marvin Bartley is also a major doubt after limping out of the win over Brighton on Saturday.

The clarets are short of attacking options with Martin Paterson and Jay Rodriguez already on the sidelines through injury.

Ben Mee and Dean Lafferty remain on the sidelines through injury.

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Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 9 2012

Time: 8:00AM

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We have about ten strikers we haven't seen since being signed by Saunders.
dazza71
Maybe a few fresh faces in attack wouldn't be a bad thng.
DonnyEd
 

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