DRFC Rovers looking to continue good form
Doncaster Rovers travel to Notts County today, looking to end a tough looking week with another three points at Meadow Lane.
Rovers have already beaten Brentford and top of the table Tranmere in the past week and now travel to fifth placed County.
The two sides are currently in the play-off places and will want to maintain their good starts to the season.
BETFRED have County as Even money favourites to claim the three points, Rovers are 11/4 and it is 12/5 on the draw.
Yoann Arquin will be looking to score for the third game in a row and he is 11/2 for the opening goal.
Jamal Campbell-Ryce will be looking to maintain his good goalscoring form against Rovers and he is 10/1 for the first goal.
Billy Paynter has been on target in Rovers last two games and he is 15/2 for the opening goal.
On loan striker Iain Hume will be looking to build on his midweek winner against Tranmere and he is 8/1 for the first goal.
For a full list of odds go to BETFRED
*Odds correct at the time of print and subject to fluctuation
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