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          Doncaster vs Barrow Preview, Tips & Stats

          Barrow make the trip to the Eco-Power Stadium to take on Doncaster this Saturday in League Two. Both sides are in the race for Play-off football with only a couple of league games to go.

          Doncaster currently sit ninth in League Two after 43 games. Rovers have 19 wins, seven draws and 17 losses, leaving them on 64 points, two points from the Play-offs.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Doncaster have five wins.

          Hakeeb Adelakun opened the scoring for Doncaster against Crawley Town just before the hour mark, though just minutes later Tom Anderson was shown a straight red for Doncaster. However, in the 98th minute Maxime Biamou scored to secure the 2 - 0 win for Doncaster. Next up was a big visit from Wrexham. Owen Bailey scored the only goal of the game in the 44th minute to give Doncaster the 1 - 0 win over a Wrexham side that only managed one shot on target.

          A brace from Luke Molyneux gave Doncaster the 2 - 0 lead over Morecambe at the halftime whistle. Tommy Rowe added another in extra time to wrap up a 3 - 0 win for Doncaster, despite Morecambe having more of the possession. Doncaster finally conceded a goal against Walsall, though Isaac Hutchinson’s 93rd minute goal was only a consolation goal as goals from Joe Ironside and Adelakun gave Doncaster the 2 - 1 win.

          The last time out for Doncaster was against Accrington Stanley. Adelakun, Ironside, James Maxwell and Bailey all scored to give Doncaster the big 4 - 0 win.

          Barrow sit just above Doncaster in sixth in League Two. In 43 games, Barrow have 18 wins, 14 draws and 11 losses which leaves them on 68 points, two three points within the Play-offs.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Barrow have one win, one draw and three losses.

          A brace from Cole Stockton gave Barrow the 2 - 0 lead over Grimsby at the break, and Robbie Gotts added a third with just ten minutes to go. Justin Obikwu did score in the final moments for Grimsby, but Barrow held on to the 3 - 1 win. However, the next time out against Morecambe, it was Barrow who scored late on. Ben Whitfield found the back of the net in the 89th minute but it wasn’t enough as early goals from David Tutonda and Gwion Edwards gave Morecambe the 2 - 1 win.

          The misery continued against Swindon Town. Williams Kokolo and Paul Glatzel both scored in the first half to give Swindon the 2 - 0 lead at halftime. Barrow failed to convert any of their 21 shots and slumped to a 2 - 0 loss. Following the early red card to George Ray, Barrow were vulnerable. Goals from Josh Andrews and Connor Mahoney along with an own goal from Rory Feely gave Gillingham the 3 - 0 win.

          The most recent outing for Barrow was against Crawley Town. Emile Acquah opened the scoring in the first half but a penalty from Danilo Orsi rescued a 1 - 1 draw for Crawley.

          Doncaster and Barrow have met 61 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1923. Not much separates the two sides, with Doncaster having 22 wins in comparison to Barrow who have 20 wins, with the other 19 games ending in a draw.

          Doncaster Team News

          Grant McCann could be without the likes of Ian Lawlor and Ben Close this weekend.

          Barrow Team News

          Pete Wild, on the other hand, has no current injuries to manage.