Millwall v Doncaster
Published: 28th Nov 2011 17:39:29
Millwall's on-loan defensive duo Nathan Baker and Shane Lowry are set to keep their places after impressing in Saturday's draw with Crystal Palace.
David Forde (thigh) and Tamika Mkandawire (knee) remain sidelined.
Doncaster striker El-Hadji Diouf has had a scan on his injured hamstring and will be assessed before kick-off.
James Coppinger is back in contention after a foot injury but George Friend, Richard Naylor, Pascal Chimbonda and Shelton Martis are all still out.
• There's nothing to choose between these clubs after 22 league meetings; each have won eight, with six drawn.
• This is only the third season these clubs have been competing together at second league level.
• Millwall recorded 1-0 home wins in each of the previous campaigns at this level, in February 1948 and in February this year.
• Only goal difference is keeping Millwall out of the relegation zone, after picking up one point out of nine.
• They have scored one goal in three games, having netted a total of 10 in the three prior to that.
• Three of the Lions' four league wins have been against clubs currently in the bottom seven.
• Saturday's goalless home draw with Watford, gave rock-bottom Doncaster their fifth point out of a last possible 24. They remain at the foot of the table with an unequalled 11 defeats, and only 13 goals scored.
• Rovers won two of the first three games after the arrival of Dean Saunders, but they have only managed one maximum from the eight subsequent fixtures.
• They have gone in at half-time trailing in 10 of their 18 league matches.
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