Date: 18th September 2009 at 2:23pm
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Doncaster Rovers welcome Roy Keane`s struggling Ipswich to the Keepmoat Stadium on Saturday who are still without a win this season.

Team news


Doncaster Rovers

Paul Heffernan could be pushing for a recall to the squad after recovering from a groin injury.

Gareth Roberts went off early in midweek with cramp and should be fit.

If Roberts doesn`t return then James O`Connor who replaced him in midweek is likely to keep his place.

James Coppinger suffered an ankle injury before the West Brom game and could still be a doubt.

James Hayter will definitely missing out after picking up a groin injury at Reading last weekend.

Wade Fairhurst will be hoping to keep his place in the starting line up after scoring in his first start for the club.


Ipswich Town

Gareth McAuley will be missing after receiving a red card in the midweek draw with Nottingham Forest.

Carlos Edwards (hamstring) and Liam Rosenior (head) are both struggling to be fit.

Ben Thatcher has returned to full fitness, he is unlikely to feature after boss Roy Keane criticised his attitude and time keeping.




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