Vital Doncaster looks at the form guide of both Derby County and Doncaster Rovers ahead of the Championship clash at Pride Park on Tuesday night.
The Rams eased their relegation worries with their first win in nine games when they defeated Sheffield United 1-0 at Bramall Lane on Saturday.
Last time out at home they were beaten 1-0 by Hull and they have now gone seven home games without a win since beating Scunthorpe 3-2 in November.
In that time, they have picked up just one point against Millwall and lost the other six.
They have scored just one goal in their last five home games and have now gone 263 minutes since the last when Bueno scored against Ipswich Town.
Derby are in eighteenth place in the current form table with one win, two draws and three defeats from their last six games earning them five points.
So far this season at home they have won six, drawn two and lost eight.
The win on Saturday lifted them into eighteenth place with 39 points from 33 games.
Recent home form: LdLLLL
The Rovers made it back-to-back draws on Saturday when they drew 1-1 at home with Watford.
In their last away game, they gained a very creditable draw at Norwich City when the score finished 1-1.
Rovers have gone seven away games since their last win at Portsmouth in November.
They have picked up just two points from those seven games with two draws and five defeats.
Rovers have gone just over 300 minutes since a Rovers outfield player scored for the club on their travels.
Billy Sharp was the last Rovers player to do so when he netted at Ipswich four games ago.
Rovers have slipped to the bottom of the Championship form table having picked up just two points from their last six games played.
So far this season on their travels they have won three, drawn four and lost nine.
Rovers dropped below Derby in the table on Saturday, they sit in nineteenth place with 39 points from 33 games.
Recent away form: LDLLLD
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