Vital Doncaster looks at the form of both Doncaster Rovers and Blackpool ahead of the game at the Keepmoat on Tuesday night.
Rovers have been without a game in two weeks with their last two games against Reading and Crystal Palace falling to the weather.
This will be their first games since earning a hard-earned point at Hull City on Tuesday 31st January in a 0-0 draw.
Last time out at home they drew 0-0 with another side chasing promotion in Cardiff City.
The draw made it five games unbeaten at home in the championship since losing to Middlesbrough at the start of November.
Rovers have now kept four clean sheets in their last five championship games at home, picking up eleven points from a possible fifteen.
So far this season at home, Rovers have won four, drawn five and lost four.
They have scored just ten goals in their thirteen home games, the lowest in the championship.
They have conceded just twelve goals at home, with only two sides having a better record in the championship.
Rovers are currently in 23rd place in the championship, with 24 points from 28 games.
Recent home Form (Championship): LDWWWD
The seasiders come into the game having drawn 1-1 at home with Portsmouth on Saturday.
Last time out away from home, they beat another side chasing promotion Cardiff City 3-1.
Blackpool are unbeaten in 2012 are unbeaten in their last nine league and cup games.
So far this season on their travels they have won four, drawn six and lost five.
They have scored 24 goals on their travels with only Leeds scoring more in the championship.
The have however, conceded 26 goals, with only three sides having a worse defensive record.
Only Southampton (53) have scored more goals than Blackpool (49) home and away this season.
Blackpool are currently 5h in the championship and have 49 points from 30 games.
Recent away form: WLWDWW
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