Bristol Rovers - Doncaster


England
Asian Handicap
Pick: Doncaster +0
Odds: 1.97
Stake: 1
Pinnacle

Match date: 05/04/2021

Doncaster is in quite poor form, only two wins and three draws since early February, but definitly doesn't deserve these odds to cover the draw.


In last rounds they played against teams in form - defeats against Charlton and Dons, draw with Gillingham - and not so in form - defeats against Oxford and Crewe, draw with Northampton - but now they have an opponent completely out of form, second from bottom, five consecutive defeats, one win and one draw in last nine.


As on Friday hosts with many absent and doubtful players key def. Kilgour ( 29+1 7g cotopscorer), Rodman ( att.7+5 1g), Harries ( def.21+1), Koiki ( def.3+7), Ehmer ( midf.27+1 1g), second scorer Nicholson ( 6g), Agogo ( midf.3), Grant ( def.31+1 1g) remain all out, Upson ( midf.16+6 1g) is the only player recovered but considering also tiredness of players involved in Friday's match here we could see a very experimental line up, specially in attack.


Doncaster has less problems with absences, Wright ( def. 27+4 2g) is doubtful after knocked against Charlton, Taylor ( midf.17+g) remain out as in last month.


Doncaster gained most part of its points at home, but Rovers loose 11 of their 19 home matches. Both teams with huge and opposite targets, great motivations, but guests, only three points far from promotion playoffs in spite of their bad recent results, remain anyway with a better rooster, more possibility to make good turnover is needed and no great problems with key absences, while for hosts seems already in the team the mood of an almost sure relegation.


Doncaster trashed Bristol 4-1 in first leg.

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TIP RESULTING
LOST Score: 2:1 Profit: -1
Lost
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  • 1
    mrgol 05/04/2021 10:36:18
    "more possibility to make good turnover (is) needed..." if needed, not is needed, sorry for mistake in typing.

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