The big-character display that saw Doncaster Rovers beat Crawley Town

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Two under pressure rookie bosses go head-to-head when Doncaster Rovers welcome struggling Crawley Town to the Eco-Power Stadium this afternoon.

Gary McSheffrey’s Doncaster have fallen to twelfth in League Two after three straight defeats, but did halt their losing run against Lincoln City in the Papa Johns Trophy on Tuesday.

Their opponents today, who are led by Kevin Betsy – also in his first senior managerial role – have won just once in the league this term, with two defeats in their last two.

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Doncaster Rovers v Crawley Town LIVE

Key Events

  • Doncaster looking to put an end to three straight defeats in League Two
  • Crawley have lost their last two in league and cup
  • Rovers beat Lincoln City in the Papa Johns Trophy on Tuesday

Doncaster Rovers go 4-4-2!

Rovers: Jonathan Mitchell, Kyle Knoyle, James Maxwell, Joseph Olowu, Ro-Shaun Williams, Adam Clayton, Ben Close, Luke Molyneux, Kyle Hurst, Kieran Agard, George Miller

Gavin Baldwin on season expectations and pressure on Gary McSheffrey

He spoke to fans at a Q&A event earlier today.

McSheffrey’s points target

The boss was tight-lipped on what he wants from the next three games, which will see Doncaster play three sides with just one win between them before kick-off today.

What he did say, however, was that he is looking for a win today.

Here’s how we think Doncaster Rovers might line up this afternoon. Spoiler alert: a change of formation could be on the cards.

Welcome to Gameweek 10

Well, after putting an end to their three-game losing streak in the Papa Johns Trophy on Tuesday, Doncaster will be hoping to get back to winning ways in League Two - where it really matters - this afternoon.

Their opponents have just one win to their name this season and were beaten in midweek, so today is also big day for them and their new boss Kevin Betsy.

Doncaster could move back into the play-off spots with a win. Another defeat, and things could get ugly.