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DRFC Doncaster Rovers v Bury Head to Head

Doncaster Rovers and Bury meet at the Keepmoat Stadium on Tuesday for the first time and Vital Doncaster Rovers looks back at the history of the two meeting at Belle Vue.

They have met on 29 previous occasions, with Rovers winning 12, Bury 10 and 7 have been drawn.

The first ever encounter came during the 1935/36 season when Rovers won 1-0 in a Second Division clash.

When they last met in the 2003/04 season, Rovers won 3-1 thanks to two goals from Greg Blundell and one from Ade Akinfenwa.

That win for Rovers was their first at home against Bury in six encounters having lost the previous five, dating back to 1992/93 season.

The two sides met in twice in the space of a week at Belle Vue in the 1972/73 season with Rovers winning 3-1 in a FA Cup first round clash before going one better with a 4-1 win a week later in a Fourth Division clash.

Unbelievably, when they met at Gigg Lane four months later, Bury won 5-0.

Full history of results - League unless stated
1935/36 Rovers 1-0 Bury
1936/37 Rovers 1-0 Bury
1947/48 Rovers 1-3 Bury
1950/51 Rovers 1-1 Bury
1951/52 Rovers 1-1 Bury
1952/53 Rovers 1-1 Bury
1953/54 Rovers 0-1 Bury
1954/55 Rovers 1-0 Bury
1955/56 Rovers 2-3 Bury
1956/57 Rovers 1-1 Bury
1958/59 Rovers 0-1 Bury
1969/70 Rovers 1-1 Bury
1970/71 Rovers 2-0 Bury
1971/72 Rovers 4-1 Bury
1972/73 Rovers 3-1 Bury FA Cup
1972/73 Rovers 4-1 Bury
1973/74 Rovers 1-1 Bury
1980/81 Rovers 1-0 Bury
1983/84 Rovers 3-1 Bury
1985/86 Rovers 1-0 Bury
1986/87 Rovers 0-0 Bury
1987/88 Rovers 1-2 Bury
1989/90 Rovers 2-0 Bury Members cup
1992/93 Rovers 2-3 Bury
1993/94 Rovers 1-3 Bury
1994/95 Rovers 0-1 Bury Members cup
1994/95 Rovers 1-2 Bury
1995/96 Rovers 0-1 Bury
2003/04 Rovers 3-1 Bury


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Writer:DonnyEd
Date:Monday August 20 2012
Time: 9:00AM

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We've got the makings of a great defense built round our our "twin towers" but the best form of defense is what we did against Walsall on Saturday, Attack!!
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