Here’s your bitesize build-up to this weekend’s game between Doncaster Rovers and Bradford City.
Grant McCann could name an unchanged side for the third successive game following wins over Luton Town and Walsall.
Rovers have no fresh injury concerns. Tommy Rowe remains sidelined with a hamstring injury.
Possible: Marosi, Mason, Wright, Butler, Andrew, Whiteman, Kane, Blair, Coppinger, Wilks, Marquis.
Rovers 2 Bradford City 0
March 19, 2018, League One
John Marquis scored twice late on to earn Rovers victory in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
DID YOU KNOW?
Bradford were unbeaten in their last seven league visits to Doncaster before losing at the Keepmoat Stadium in March earlier this year.
Bradford’s two league victories this season have come against sides Rovers failed to beat: Shrewsbury Town and Burton Albion.
Prior to a 0-0 draw at Boundary Park in April, Bantams striker Eoin Doyle had scored in his last three appearances against Doncaster, for Oldham and Chesterfield.
Doyle, pictured above, has scored twice in his last three games.
Rovers wins: 26
Bradford wins: 33
Bradford City: LWLLLL