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          Doncaster to win and Under 2.5 Goals in match @ 13/2
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          Last updated 21/04/2024

          Swindon vs Doncaster Prediction, Tips & Stats

          This Saturday, the County Ground plays host to a League Two clash between Swindon Town and Doncaster Rovers, with the game set to kick off at 15:00.

          Both teams currently reside in the murky mid-table, separated by just one point. This encounter presents an opportunity to break free from the pack and inject some momentum into their season.

          The hosts are currently sitting in 18th position in the league table after gaining 44 points from their 38 league games this season. The Robins look destined to spend another year in League Two as they are currently 12 points above the relegation zone and 13 points beneath the playoff spots.

          Swindon come into this weekend on the back of a disappointing run of form which has seen them record just one win in their last nine league games. Last time out, the Robins were narrowly defeated 2-1 by Acrrington Stanley.

          Doncaster find themselves in 19th position in the table and are just one point behind Swindon. Rovers come into this weekend in a rich vein of form which has seen them record just one defeat in their last eight league outings.

          Last weekend, Doncaster recorded a convincing 2-0 victory over promotion-chasing Crewe. oals from Hakeeb Adelakun and substitute Tommy Rowe secured a fourth win in seven for Grant McCann's side, who had taken one point from their past two matches.

          Swindon Town and Doncaster Rovers boast a surprisingly short competitive history, despite both being founded in the late 1800s. They didn't meet until the 1958/59 season when the regionalisation of the Third Division brought them together.

          Head-to-head records reveal a slightly stronger Doncaster side, winning eight of the 17 encounters since 2004, compared to Swindon's four victories. Interestingly, both sides have enjoyed memorable FA Cup victories against their opponent.

          It was a dull game when these sides met each other earlier on in the season as neither side was able to find the back of the net. Tommy Rowe’s sending off just before half time threatened to tip the balance in a game in which Rovers had looked the more dangerous.

          But tremendous battling spirit in the second half, coming with a threat of their own, saw Rovers claim a point, which was the least they deserved.

          These sides are evenly matched at the bookies, however it is Swindon who come into the game as home favourites and they are currently priced @ 6/5, whilst an away win for Doncaster is priced @ 2/1 and a draw is @ 12/5.

          We are backing Doncaster to win and under 2.5 goals in the game because this is a fixture which often results in cagey, low-scoring games. All three of the last meetings between the sides have finished with less than 2.5 goals, with an average of one goal per game.

          We believe that Doncaster are likely to come out on top of this game because their away record has been impressive in recent weeks, having lost just one of their last five games away from home. Furthermore, Rovers 2-0 victory over

          Swindon Team News

          Gavin Gunning said that his Swindon Town side will be at full fitness ahead of their game this weekend. Town added nine new faces during the January transfer window and Gunning has admitted to managing the minutes of many of the additions as he looks to improve their fitness levels.

          Doncaster Team News

          Doncaster have not reported any new injury concerns and Grant McCann is not likely to make any changes to the side that recorded a convincing victory last time out. Joe Ironside is likely to start up front, whilst Wood and Anderson will lead the Dons defence.