Date: 31st December 2011 at 7:33pm
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Doncaster Rovers will have to do without Herold Goulon and Habib Beye for the home game with Barnsley on Monday.

Both players will serve a one-match suspension following the game at Watford today.

Goulon received a red card after picking up two yellow cards during the game.

The on loan midfielder received his marching orders in the second half, for a foul on Michael Kightly, with the score at 1-1.

Beye picked up his fifth yellow card in just his seventh game for Rovers, since arriving from Aston Villa in November.

The cut off point for a suspension for five yellow cards was after the game at Watford.

Pascal Chimbonda also looks like he will be missing once again after what looked like a reoccurrence of the hip injury that has kept him out since October.

Chimbonda lasted just 25 minutes in his return to the side before being forced off.

Rovers will however welcome back Brian Stock on Monday after he served a one match ban today for accumulating five yellow cards.

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