DRFC Jones to continue great run?
Bury host Doncaster Rovers this afternoon in a clash between two sides in contrasting form.
Kevin Blackwell`s Bury side continue to struggle at the wrong end of League One and have now gone twelve games without a win.
Rovers new boss Brian Flynn will hope to maintain his 100% start to his management career at the Keepmoat having won both games since the departure of Dean Saunders to Wolves.
Rovers are unbeaten in six games, taking sixteen points and Bookmakers Paddypower have them as favourites to take the points at Gigg Lane.
Paddypower have Rovers at 11/8 to make it fourteen games unbeaten away from home.
Bury are looking for their first win since November and they are 15/8 to claim the three points and it is 11/5 on the draw.
Steven Schumacher is in good form for Bury. He has scored four goals in their last seven games and he is 10/1 to score the opener this afternoon.
Defender Adam Lockwood could line up against his former club. Lockwood spent six years with Rovers before a summer move to Bury and he is 33/1 to score first.
Rovers defender Rob Jones has netting seven times this season, including goals in each of the last two games. The captain, who is also first team coach is 16/1 to open the scoring today.
Billy Paynter is back from suspension this afternoon for Rovers and he is 11/2 to score first.
For a full list of odds go to Paddypower.com
*Odds correct at the time of print and subject to fluctuation.
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