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Doncaster Rovers 3 - Cheltenham Town 0

Keepmoat Stadium

20/01/09 7.45pm

Attendance: 5,345

DRFC - Rovers to meet Villa

Doncaster comfortably booked their place into round four of the FA Cup after defeating Cheltenham Town at the Keepmoat Stadium.

Two goals from Brian Stock and a first for the club from Sam Hird gave the Rovers a comfortable 3-0 victory.

Rovers will now meet high flying premiership side Aston Villa in round four on Saturday.


Teams

Doncaster Rovers - Neil Sullivan; James O'Connor, Matt Mills, Sam Hird, James Chambers; John Spicer, Richie Wellens, Brian Stock, Martin Woods; James Coppinger, Lewis Guy.

Subs: Gareth Roberts, Jos Van Nieuwstadt, Gareth Taylor, Adam Lockwood, Paul Heffernan, Mark Wilson, Ben Smith


Cheltenham Town - Scott Brown; Andy Gallinagh, David Bird, Lee Ridley, Alan Wright; Shane Duff, Alex Russell, Ashley Vincent, Andy Lindegaard, Elvis Hammond, Lloyd Owusu

Subs: Jonathan Hayes, Marley Watkins, Lewis Fathers, Jack Durrant, Dean Maynard, Will Puddy

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Writer: DonnyEd Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 20 2009

Time: 9:44PM

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I am sure they want to gain revenge for the 3-0 hammering we gave them in the Carling Cup in 2005. Things are a little different now from that team under David O'Leary, I really enjoy watching a young Villa side now full of home grown talent, should be a good game on Saturday.
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