SEAN O’Driscoll is hoping his side’s luck changes as they face two vital home games in the space of four days.
Rovers played well in their last two matches against champions elect Queens Park Rangers and Bristol City but were undone by a solitary goal in both games.
It means they have only won once in their last 12 games and have slipped down the table into 20th place after being in the top ten at Christmas.
But they are still nine points ahead of third from the bottom Sheffield United and there is no sense of fear in the Doncaster camp about getting dragged into a relegation scrap.
O’Driscoll said: “From the moment we stepped up into this division it’s been a battle to stay there every season so where we are now is no different.
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