Date: 1st March 2018 at 8:23pm
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Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson will be forced into changes for the clash with Bury on Saturday.

Tom Anderson and Alife Beestin have been added to the injury list at the Keepmoat Stadium in the past seven days.

Anderson suffered a fractured cheekbone and Beestin suffered ligament damage in the defeat at Rotherham United last weekend.

Andy Boyle also is an injury doubt after the defender picked up a groin injury at Rotherham

Defender Joe Wright returned to the squad at Rotherham and he is expected to come back into the starting line-up.

Ferguson is also hoping Luke McCullough will be available after he was forced to miss the trip to Rotherham through injury.

Better news is striker Andy Williams is back in contention for a place in the squad after returning from a lengthy lay-off.

Danny Andrew, Issam Ben Khemis and Andy Butler remain on the sidelines although Butler is close to a return.

Bury arrive at the Keepmoat Stadium looking to build on their win against Gillingham last weekend. Despite being 23rd in League One, Bury have now lost just one of their last seven games when they lost at league leaders Blackburn Rovers.

The shakers will hope to have Danny Mayor back in the squad after he missed the Gillingham clash.

Striker Jermaine Beckford along with Craig Jones and Eoghan O`Connell remain sidelined through injury.


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One Reply to “DRFC Doncaster Rovers v Bury Team News”

  • Might not be a bad thing if it gets called off. A few injuries and they are in decent form.

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